Template describes the structure and behaviour of your game object (item, monster, construction,...). As a programmer you can think of it as a Class. Template has to have a unique name and a set of parameters.
Open Templates section and click on the Create Button
Each Template has several parameters
Name Description Name This very name is used for Class generation. To keep everything in style we advise you to use CamelCase naming.
For example: ItemModel, GameConstruction, MonsterData,...
Display Name The name which will be displayed in the DE. Usually it's the same as name, but words are separated.
For example: Item Model, Game Construction, Monster Data,...
Description Helps other team members to easily understand what this Template is used for. Base Template It's used if your Template inherits from another one. (This feature is under development) Type Can be Default, Component or Singleton:
* Component Documents of this Template are always embedded into another Documents. For example Vector3 component template has parameters: x, y, z. If a Document "Hero" has a Parameter "position" of type Vector3, you'll be able to edit x, y, z values of "position" right inside of "Hero" Document.
* Singleton Only one of such Documents will be available from the code. It's usually used for settings and configs.