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General information
Wikipedia for openBVE simulator.
These pages are still under construction, but in the near future they should contain all the data necessary for proper add-on development. Constructed by people from our fellow forum BVE Station.

Joey Foo's website.
Joey Foo's reconstruction of the official openBVE website including development of objects, routes and trains. Unfortunately the documentation is written purely from a programmer's point of view and might not be explanatory enough for everyone.




Object construction tutorials
Roberto Marrero's website
Explanation of basic expressions in terms of BVE object creation. The website claims it is taken from official Mackoy's website. The ads might be annoying, but the information is valuable.

BVE Italia fans.
Luigi Cartello's guide to object building for openBVE. Contains explanation and examples of simple objects for verification what you should have constructed. Click the english link next to a green bench.



Route construction tutorials
Brno BVE Website.
A tutorial dedicated to route building is now available on the Brno BVE Website. It contains the explanation of basic commands for the route building along with examples of their practical use.

Roberto Marrero's site.
Contains explanations of basic terms regarding route building and also explanation of what and when to use. It might give you a hint on the construction.




Train construction tutorials
Quite a complete guide on how to create a train cabin for BVE4. Suitable for everyone, who does not want to build a 3D cab; it is written for BVE4, but the principles are functioning in openBVE as well.



Tools and utilities
Brno BVE website.
Brno BVE website offers the following tools: 3D Tree, Bench builder, RailGen, RouteShifter and openBVE Script editor to make your life as a developer easier. These tools are available for free and their products can be redistributed freely.

BVE klub fansite.
This Hungarian website not only offers quality content, but also some helpful tools and utilities: ForestBuilder, B3D converter, the good old ResChanger, etc. This website is very active and useful.

Evgeny Shatohin's website.
Russian website with a few tools that might come handy to any developer as it contains a series of "easy" tools. Particularly interesting is the "Easyhill" program, which allows you to create various forms of dikes.

József Riesz's website.
A Hungarian website that comes up with a wheel calculator and house builder. If you browse the website carefully, you might also meet animated objects (flying birds)


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