NTaylorMullen

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  1. After speaking with the guys from the pixi.js GitHub repo I've gone ahead and created a pixi.js Nuget package. Here's the web link: https://www.nuget.org/packages/Pixi.js. To install the package just type: Install-Package Pixi.jsInto the Nuget package manager console. Or you can always use the GUI. For those unfamiliar with Nuget, it's essentially Visual Studio's package manager. You can get it and learn more here (it's baked into VS2012+). This should allow people to get pixi.js with ease and also allow other libraries that use Nuget to take dependencies on the Pixi.js library to promote more open source goodness .
  2. I built a multiplayer online game with EndGate (TypeScript game framework) and SignalR (ASP.NET real-time library) which is open source. I have it running here: http://shootr.signalr.net/ And the code is here: https://github.com/ntaylormullen/shootr Hope this helps
  3. I've been working on a TypeScript game framework for a while now and finally got it out a few days ago. It's probably too late now but thought I'd leave this post for any future TypeScript game framework enthusiasts that stumble on this. Check it out: http://endgate.net