Startup Manager 2 - Free Download


Startup Manager Overview

Streamline Persistent Systems Initialization

When dealing with persistent systems that span the entire application lifecycle, the conventional approach involves creating an init scene. However, this method becomes cumbersome during development, requiring you to open the init scene before playtesting each scene. Introducing the solution: Startup Manager.

Effortless Initialization

  • No More Init Scene: Startup Manager eliminates the need for an init scene, allowing you to initialize and set up your persistent game systems seamlessly at application startup.

Startup Profiles

  • Custom Initialization Definitions: Utilize Startup Profiles to effortlessly create customized startup definitions tailored to your project's specific requirements.

Profile Switching

  • Flexibility on the Fly: Easily switch between different profiles, adapting to various scenarios and configurations without the hassle of reopening scenes.

Custom Profiles

  • Extend Functionality: Extend the system with your own custom startup profiles, providing adaptability and expanding the range of initialization options.

Faster Scene Testing

  • Accelerate Development: Say goodbye to time-consuming init scenes and experience faster scene testing, allowing you to iterate and refine your project efficiently.

Clean and User-Friendly

  • Intuitive Interface: Enjoy a clean and easy-to-use interface that simplifies the initialization process, enhancing overall workflow efficiency.

Complete Source Code Access

  • Transparency and Customization: Included with the package is the complete source code, providing transparency and enabling customization to suit the unique needs of your project.

How It Works

  • Automatic Instantiation: Startup Manager automatically instantiates defined prefabs and marks them with DontDestroyOnLoad just before the first scene loads. This ensures that, regardless of the entry point, all persistent systems are ready for action.

Note! You have to pay for this item, but you can get it for free now. Remember, this is only for learning or trying out the product before you buy it, not for use in your business.

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