Mali™ GPU User Interface Engine User Guide

Version: 2.3

Table of Contents

About this book
Intended audience
Using this book
Typographical Conventions
Additional reading
Feedback on this product
Feedback on content
1. Introduction
1.1. About the Mali GPU User Interface Engine
2. Installing the User Interface Engine
2.1. UI Engine contents
2.2. Installing the UI Engine on Microsoft Windows
2.2.1. Installation requirements for the UI Engine on Microsoft Windows
2.2.2. Installation procedure for the UI Engine on Microsoft Windows
2.3. Installing the UI Engine on Linux
2.3.1. Installation requirements for the UI Engine on Linux
2.3.2. Installation procedure for the UI Engine on Linux
3. Building the User Interface Engine
3.1. Building the UI Engine on Microsoft Windows
3.2. Running examples on Windows
3.3. Building the UI Engine on Red Hat Linux
3.4. Running examples on Red Hat Linux
3.5. Building the UI Engine for ARM Embedded Linux
3.6. Running examples on ARM Embedded Linux
4. Using the User Interface Engine
4.1. Using the UI Engine Library components
4.1.1. The UI Engine Library components
4.1.2. The UI Engine System component
4.1.3. The UI Engine Assets component
4.1.4. The UI Engine Graphics component
4.1.5. The UI Engine Utility classes
4.2. Using the Mali Binary Asset Format
4.2.1. The Mali Binary Asset format
4.2.2. Loading an Mali Binary Asset scene using the Proxy class
4.3. UI Engine tutorial examples
5. Example Shaders
5.1. About the example shaders
5.1.1. Shader demo programs
5.1.2. OpenGL ES 2.0
5.2. Example shaders
5.2.1. Simple shader example
5.2.2. Coloring
5.2.3. Texturing
5.2.4. Lighting
5.2.5. Bump mapping
5.2.6. Spherical environment mapping
5.2.7. Cube environment reflection mapping

List of Tables

3.1. Example directories

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Revision History
Revision A14 October 2009First release for v2.2
Revision B26 January 2010Updates for v2.3 release, document name changed from Mali GPU Demo Engine User Guide.
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