UWB is designed to be modular and extended, and as such is split into multiple packages. Each UWB package can be categorized as one of the package types below.
|Core||✔||Core UWB package, provides the heart of UWB|
|Engine||✔||Provides an Engine|
|Engine Native||✔ (System)||Provides the native binaries used by an Engine. What ones you install depend on your platform targets|
|Helper||✖||Provides additional helper/extensions to UWB|
Most developers will probably only need the 'Core' package, and a single Engine with the Native Windows binaries, like so:
If you plan on targeting Linux (or are developing on Linux), install the Engine's Linux binaries.
Once you have the registry setup, you should be able to see the packages in the package manager. If not try refreshing, or add the packages you need by their ID.
|Package||Package Type||Package ID|
|Unity Web Browser||Core|
|Unity Web Browser CEF Engine||Engine|
|Unity Web Browser CEF Engine (Linux x64)||Engine Native|
|Unity Web Browser CEF Engine (Windows x64)||Engine Native|
|Unity Web Browser Pipes Communication||Helper|
|Unity Web Browser Unix Support||Helper|