Join Mic, Jake, and Sean as they delve in Unity cloud services such as ads and Cloud Build, before moving on to discuss the asset store, some popular 3rd party assets, and wonder how great the Xcode ecosystem could be if Apple took the same approach as Unity.
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- Unity Ads
- Unity Cloud Build
- Unity Cloud Build automation pipeline with web hooks, and querying the Build API – Sean Duffy
- Unity Asset Store
- ProBuilder Advanced – Unity Asset Store
- Playmaker – Unity Asset Store
- Text Mesh Pro – Unity Asset Store
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