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The reference cards for OpenCL 1.1, 1.2, 2.0 and 2.1 have been updated. What changed: Most Preprocessor directives & macros in OpenCL begin with a double-underscore (__), however the “CL_VERSION_X” ones do not. These revised reference cards remove the double underscore from those. The reference cards on Lulu for purchase are also updated.
The long awaited OpenGL ES 3.1 Reference Card is now available online in PDF format. Get your download today!
Vincent Hindriksen from Streamcomputing has started an IndieGoGo project for an OpenCL 2.0 reference manual.If you feel his project is worthy, pop over and donate!
Khronos has announced a quick reference card for WebGL 1.0 release spec. This adds to the collection of Reference Cards already available for other Khronos APIs: OpenGL, OpenCL, OpenVG, OpenMAX, OpenSL ES, COLLADA and OpenWF
The OpenWF Work Group has released the OpenWF Display 1.0 Quick Reference card. You can view or download the card today. The OpenWF Composition 1.0 Quick Reference Card is also available.
The COLLADA work group is pleased to announce the official COLLADA 1.4 Schema reference card. Described as a labour of love, this reference card is a must have for any COLLADA developer. Download the reference card now.
The OpenWF Work Group has released an overview presentation of OpenWF as well as an OpenWF Composition quick reference card. Both are available for download today.
Using COLLADA with DAZ Studio and Carrara? Find out quickly which features of COLLADA are compatible between DAZ Studio and Carrara. The DAZ3D Artzone has a concise list online for reference.
The Khronos Group has just finished the latest in their series of reference cards. This reference card is for OpenGL ES 2.0 and can be downloaded in PDF format today. Both the OpenGL ES 2.0 API and the OpenGL ES Shading Language 1.0 are covered in detail.
The Khronos Group has posted an updated version of the OpenCL 1.x Reference card online. This is a free download in PDF format.
The Khronos Group has a nice OpenGL and OpenGL Shader Language Quick Reference Card for OpenGL 3.2 and GLSL 1.5. You can download the OpenGL Quick Reference Card in PDF format today from the Khronos OpenGL spec page.