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Hello, I'm trying to make a game with Cordova. My game works perfectly on my Chrome Browser with a WAMP, but there's no server running in my app cordova. Two solutions : -How can I implement a server in cordova to run my game ? or -How can I run my game without a server ? Any ideas ?
Hello Friends, I'd like to introduce you to a new project I started recently. Its called Warp. The idea is to create an app that helps you building HTML5 games by taking away some of the obstacles for beginners - as well as making life easier for the more advanced developers. The Warp app acts most basically as a zero-config static HTTP server. This means you hit a browse button and select a folder on your harddrive that contains a index.html file. After that, you hit the start button. Warp enables its built-in HTTP server and makes that folder accessable within your browser. It even opens your browser for you when you hit start This takes away the task of downloading a [W/L]AMP server package that needs to be configured and secured and forces you to keep all your projects within its htdocs or www folder structure. Warp doesn't give you serverside scripting, but most HTML5 games don't use that stuff anyways. On the other hand its not impossible to integrate something in that direction into Warp in the future. My vision of Warp goes much further than just serving files to the browser via HTTP. I dream of an application that helps you getting started by maintaining project templates and scaffolds new game projects for you. Warp will be able to start new projects for you by creating a basic folder structure and placing the most recent version of Phaser (and maybe other engines) for you. In the final stage, Warp will list all devices that are currently accessing the game, displaying device information, the current game framerate on that device and a global console for logging messages and errors of all devices - your personal developer dashboard. Take a look at the git repo, download the sources and make your custom build of Warp 1 if you can't wait to try it out. And please participate here and tell me what you think about Warp, the direction its going and of course what ideas you have in mind that might be also worth implementing (I can't promise to implement everything, tough). You can download pre-build binaries of Warp for: Windows Mac OS