keywords: Vulkan Documents & Tutorials Collection

Tutorials & Learning Resource

Khronos Official

Khronos Samples

Khronos Vulkan Forum

Khronos webinars and video recordings on YouTube

Khronos Vulkan Guide

Khronos Vulkan Website

Khronos Vulkan Slack Channel

Vulkan Discord


Sascha Willems examples

NVIDIA developer website

AMD GPUOpen Vulkan resources

Intel Game Developer site

Reddit Vulkan posts


API Without Secrets

Stack Overflow Vulkan posts

Vulkan in 30 minutes

Vulkan API Tutorials from ARM

Vulkan tutorials from Qualcomm

2D/3D graphics engine written in C++ language. It currently supports the following graphics APIs: OpenGL 3.3+, Vulkan 1.2, DirectX 11. Its current purpose is to experiment with various CG concepts and techniques.

YouTube Videos

Vulkan Game Engine Tutorial

Vulkan Lecture Series at TU Wien

Vulkan in C++

Book List

3D Graphics Rendering Cookbook: A comprehensive guide to exploring rendering algorithms in modern OpenGL and Vulkan (August 25, 2021)

Tools & Libraries

Software Rendering

SwiftShader is a high-performance CPU-based implementation of the Vulkan graphics API. Its goal is to provide hardware independence for advanced 3D graphics.

API Wrapping (Translation Layer)

Fork of VKD3D. Development branches for Proton’s Direct3D 12 implementation.

Experimental implementation of OpenCL on Vulkan

Tracing & Insight & Profiling

Tools to aid in Vulkan development including useful layers, trace and replay, and tests

Graphics API Capture and Replay Tools for Reconstructing Graphics Application Behavior

Meta loader

Meta loader for Vulkan API (Performance Increased)

Windows System

A Vulkan window system integration layer for Linux

Apple Metal (ios)

MoltenVK is a Vulkan Portability implementation. It layers a subset of the high-performance, industry-standard Vulkan graphics and compute API over Apple’s Metal graphics framework, enabling Vulkan applications to run on iOS and macOS.


Vulkan bootstraping library


GUP Infomations

This is the launchpad for Sascha Willems GPU hardware databases targeting the open graphics API of Khronos.

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