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If you haven't yet seen A-Frame yet, you should check it out. The gist is that you use HTML tags to define your scene. I was working on porting A-Frame to Vue because the devtools are amazing and the components are expressive and makes your app really reactive. I prefer Vue over React since it's simpler and I don't have to work in JSX. While working on integration with A-Frame I started to notice that the overlap between A-Frame's entities and Vue's components became rather cumbersome and Three.js's API and documentation made the situation worse. I noticed the Babylon.js project shortly after and discovered how awesome it is. I then decided it would be better to make my own ECS using Babylon.js with Vue components. As of right now I have Scene, Entity, Mesh, Light, and Animation components created. Here's a sneak peek: And the code for the scene written in Pug: I'll keep this thread updated as I continue progressing on the project. Let me know if you have any ideas or feedback. You can watch me code it on my Twitch stream this Monday from 2-10pm CST. I just started this project a couple days ago, so it doesn't have documentation yet, but you can see the code on Github or grab it off of NPM as vue-babylonjs
Hey, guys. I'm a web developer intern at an important company. To enter they asked me to make a game prototype on html5. I thought it was weird because I was from a small town and I was like the "prodigious child" at college. I thought I was the first one on making a video game on html. I thought i was the best until I was proven wrong. Well, I've been learning, making a lot of games of my own on this platform. Lately I've been working on this beat 'em up, and all my co-workers say this is awesome. But lately I've been wondering if HTML5-based games were actually video games (existencial question to me). Anyways, here's a screenshot of my game so far.