Embracing the Windows Composition Engine

My second article about DirectComposition is now available in MSDN Magazine:

Embracing the Windows Composition Engine

The Windows composition engine represents a departure from a world in which each DirectX app requires its own swap chain to one where even so fundamental a construct is unnecessary. Sure, you can continue to write Direct3D and Direct2D apps using a swap chain for presentation, but you no longer have to. The composition engine brings us that much closer to the metal—the GPU—by allowing apps to create composition surfaces directly.

If you’d like to learn more then be sure to check out my latest course, DirectComposition in Action, where I provide a practical tour of the DirectComposition API.

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