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When new wiki will be available?

Hi All,

I am trying to learn Unreal Engine and develop games with C++.

But as far as I noticed the documentation isn't well prepared. There isn't enough free content to learn from.

Current state of the wiki.unrealengine.com is frozen until the new wiki will be available. But it doesn't say when it will become available for us. I also checked Trello for if I can find any backlog item for this but there is none.

I want to know if this new wiki thing is real and some people at Epic are looking into it. Unreal really needs a good (especially C++) documentation it's making easier to learn everything.

Thank you.

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asked Oct 15 '18 at 10:35 AM in Everything Else

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avatar image ThompsonN13 Oct 15 '18 at 02:17 PM

There isn't enough free content to learn from.

there is a ton of free content out there. there may not be a ton of examples specifically about c++ on the unreal engine page but there is a ton on other sites like youtube and cheap courses on udemy. theres also the docs which show much about the code but are more about specific things and are not tutorials.

avatar image cagdasalagoz Dec 27 '18 at 08:06 AM

In compare to "other" engines it isn't that much.

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