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Introduction

The Vulkan Best Practice for Mobile Developers is collection of resources to help you develop optimized Vulkan applications for mobile platforms.

Goals

  • Create a collection of resources that demonstrate best-practice recommendations in Vulkan
  • Create tutorials that explain the implementation of best-practices and include performance analysis guides
  • Create a framework that can be used as reference material and also as a sandbox for advanced experimentation with Vulkan

Disclaimer: This project covers advanced Vulkan concepts. If you are new to Vulkan here are a few links to get you started: - Beginners Guide to Vulkan - Get Started in Vulkan

Tutorials

Setup

Clone the repo with submodules using the following command:

git clone --recurse-submodules https://github.com/ARM-software/vulkan_best_practice_for_mobile_developers.git
cd vulkan_best_practice_for_mobile_developers

Follow build instructions for your platform below.

Build

Supported Platforms

Usage

The following shows some example command line usage on how to configure and run the Vulkan Best Practices.

# Run Swapchain Images sample
vulkan_best_practice swapchain_images

Run AFBC sample in benchmark mode for 5000 frames

vulkan_best_practice --sample afbc --benchmark 5000

Run bonza test offscreen

vulkan_best_practice --test bonza --hide

Run all the performance samples

vulkan_best_practice --batch performance

Tests

License

See LICENSE.

This project has some third-party dependencies, each of which may have independent licensing:

  • astc-encoder: ASTC Evaluation Codec
  • CTPL: Thread Pool Library
  • docopt: A C++11 port of the Python argument parsing library
  • glfw: A multi-platform library for OpenGL, OpenGL ES, Vulkan, window and input
  • glm: OpenGL Mathematics
  • glslang: Shader front end and validator
  • dear imgui: Immediate Mode Graphical User Interface
  • HWCPipe: Interface to mobile Hardware Counters
  • KTX-Software: Khronos Texture Library and Tools
  • spdlog: Fast C++ logging library
  • SPIRV-Cross: Parses and converts SPIR-V to other shader languages
  • stb: Single-file public domain (or MIT licensed) libraries
  • tinygltf: Header only C++11 tiny glTF 2.0 library
  • vma: Vulkan Memory Allocator
  • volk: Meta loader for Vulkan API
  • vulkan: Sources for the formal documentation of the Vulkan API

This project uses the following 3D models. Each one has its own licence.

Sponza model downloaded from Morgan McGuire's Computer Graphics Archive.

Fonts downloaded from Google Fonts, under license Apache 2.0

PBR References:

Trademarks

Vulkan is a registered trademark of the Khronos Group Inc.

Contributions

All contributions are accepted under the same LICENSE.

Related resources

  • Mali GPU Best Practices: A document with recommendations for efficient API usage
  • PerfDoc: A Vulkan layer which aims to validate applications against Mali GPU Best Practices

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