We have a strategy game for which we built native client apps in Android, iOS and HTML5. We are also exposing the client functionality as a rest api for apps to be built for Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant. That rest api is being built on Node.js and we want to consume the same services hosted on SFS2X, so that we can manage all the platforms from the same server base and provide unified experience.
Learn how to configure the client and make your first connection
- Simple Chat
Learn how to create a basic chat environment for connected users
- Advanced Chat
Learn how to create a complete browser-based chat application featuring public chat messaging, Rooms management, private chat messaging and more
- Game Lobby
Learn how to create a “lobby” application where users can meet and invite each other to play games
All tutorials are available in our documentation website.
We just updated the SmartFoxServer 2X examples package in the Unity Asset Store:
All examples have been revamped with the new UI system introduced in Unity 4.6 and are now compatible with Unity 5’s WebGL build (except the FPS example, which requires UDP connection).
A new “Advanced Connector” example was added, showing how to deal with protocol encryption introduced in SmartFoxServer 2X v2.10.
All tutorials available on the website have been updated accordingly to the changes in the examples.