Unity 2019.1 was released last week and the Burst compiler is now out of Preview. It promises superior performance by generating more optimal code than with IL2CPP. Let’s try it out and see if the performance lives up to the hype!
Posts Tagged concurrency
Writing multi-threaded code is one of the keys to maximizing performance. Currently, this means creating your own threads and synchronizing them with C# keywords like
volatile as well as .NET classes like
Interlocked. Today we’ll take a look at how these are implemented behind the scenes by IL2CPP to get some understanding of what we’re really telling the computer to do when we use them.