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A source code text editor that renders in an HTML5 canvas. Useful for texturing objects in WebGL apps.

Features

Demo

In 2D

function testDemo(scene) { // 🐔🥚🥚🥚 // 🥚🐔🥚🥚 // 🥚🥚🐔🥚 // 🥚🥚🥚🐔 var GRASS = "../shared_assets/images/grass.png", ROCK = "../shared_assets/images/rock.png", SAND = "../shared_assets/images/sand.png", WATER = "../shared_assets/images/water.png", DECK = "../shared_assets/images/deck.png", WIDTH = 5, HEIGHT = 5, DEPTH = 5, MIDX = WIDTH / 2 - 5, MIDY = HEIGHT / 2, MIDZ = DEPTH / 2, start = hub() .addTo(scene) .at(-MIDX, 0, -DEPTH - 2); const balls = []; for (var i = 0; i < 10; ++i) { balls.push(brick(DECK) .addTo(start) .at(number(WIDTH), number(HEIGHT), number(DEPTH))); balls[i].velocity = v3( number(WIDTH), number(HEIGHT), number(DEPTH)); } function update(dt) { for (var i = 0; i < balls.length; ++i) { var ball = balls[i], p = ball.position, v = ball.velocity; p.add(v.clone() .multiplyScalar(dt)); if (p.x < 0 && v.x < 0 || WIDTH <= p.x && v.x > 0) { v.x *= -1; } if (p.y < 1 && v.y < 0 || HEIGHT <= p.y && v.y > 0) { v.y *= -1; } if (p.z < 0 && v.z < 0 || DEPTH <= p.z && v.z > 0) { v.z *= -1; } } } }

In 3D

Instructions

Try out what you would normally do in a text editor.

Made by

Sean T. McBeth

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