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Getting started with OpenGL ES 2.0

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Introduction

This topic is about setting up and using OpenGL ES 2.0+ on Android. OpenGL ES is the standard for 2D and 3D accelerated graphics on embedded systems - including consoles, smartphones, appliances and vehicles.


Table Of Contents
39 ACRA
64 Menu
112 Loader
119 Xposed
132 Colors
135 Fresco
140 AdMob
147 Button
156 Vk SDK
170 XMPP
176 OpenCV
197 Getting started with OpenGL ES 2.0
200 FileIO
203 Moshi
217 Paint
231 AIDL
241 JCodec
243 Okio
255 Looper
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