Host your game on Github pages

Solana.Unity SDK is fully compatible with WebGL. In this tutorial you will compile the Solana.Unity-SDK demo scene and publish it using Github pages.

With GitHub pages, GitHub allows you to host a webpage from your repository.

Compile the game to WebGL

  1. Download and Install Unity
  2. Install the Solana.Unity-SDK following the instructions and import the example
  3. Compile the scene to WebGL (be sure to disable compression, as GH pages does not support serving compressed files) WebGL

Skip the compilation step

If you want to skip the compilation step, you can fork the SDK repository, which contained a pre-compiled WebGL build in the gp-pages branch

Host the demo on Github pages

  • Create a new repository
  • Navigate to the build folder containing the index.html
git init
git add .
git commit -m "WebGL game"
git remote add origin <remote_repo_url>
git push origin <branch>
  • You repository should now looks similar to the SDK gp-pages branch.
  • Enable gh-pages deployment from the repository settings gh-pages

Github will provide a url for the live deployment:

Custom domain

Learn how to setup a custom domain on Github pages

Publish your game as xNFT

Follow this guide to publish your game as an xNFT in less than 2 minutes.

Happy game development 🎈 and don't forget to ⭐ the repo

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