This page aims at giving a broad presentation of the tool and of the contents of this documentation, so that you know where to start if you are a beginner or where to look if you need info on a specific feature.

About .Peek

Most of Unity projects requires a large amount of assets (textures, audio files, prefabs, plugins…). These assets have a direct impact on the size of your build and the performance of your game. Tracking these assets to ensure your project stays up to quality standards and does not become a nightmare to maintain is very hard, especially when you are working in a team of people with different background.

.Peek is here to support you in quickly identifying the usual suspect, before it becomes a real problem. It is a must have for any development team who wants to control what goes into their build and react on time when undesirable assets are integrated to the project.

Here a list of the core features :

  • Automatically generate and archive a build report each time a build is performed.
  • Provide a nice interface to quickly jump between build reports and compare the content of each build.
  • Provides a list of unused assets for each builds.
  • Provide the possibility to share build reports on a VCS, or to save it in different location for each team member.
  • Possibility to run build generation silently or to totally shut it off.
  • Very responsive UI, even for projects with a large amount of assets, thanks to the usage of .Guacamole, an open source MVVM framework for Unity.

About the documentation

This documentation is continuously written, corrected, edited and revamped by members of the .Peek team and community. It is edited via text files in the reStructuredText markup language and then compiled into a static website/offline document using the open source Sphinx and ReadTheDocs tools.


You can contribute to .Peek’s documentation by opening issues through YouTrack or sending patches via pull requests on its GitHub source repository.

Organisation of the documentation

This documentation is organised in five sections, the way it is split up should be relatively intuitive:

  • The General section contains this introduction as well as the Frequently Asked Questions.
  • The Getting Started section gives you a quick entry point to start using the tool.
  • Finally, the Class API reference is the documentation of the .Peek API. It is generated automatically from files in the main repository, and the generated files of the documentation are therefore not meant to be modified.