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Panda Editor development

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I will post here some updates on my progress on developing Panda Editor.

 

For start, here are some features:

 

Drag and drop projects

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Drag and drop assets

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Console

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Themes

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Error highlight

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Autofix code style

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Connecting devices to editor using Panda Launcher

 

If you got any neat features in mind, please post your requests here!

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It is looking great! I specially like the error highlight :)

 

Nitpick on the code formatting: There should be a space between this.sprites.length and the bigger than operator.

 

As for feature suggestions... auto completion maybe? That would be a nice extra.

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It is looking great! I specially like the error highlight :)

 

Nitpick on the code formatting: There should be a space between this.sprites.length and the bigger than operator.

 

As for feature suggestions... auto completion maybe? That would be a nice extra.

 

You are right, that feature is still a bit wip ;) And autocomplete coming also, with all Panda classes and some snippets.

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See console messages from every connected device (with coloring on log, warn and error):

 

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This is amazing. The modularity of this engine seems so promising and love the editor. When is this puppy going to be released? It kind of seems like a impactjs on PixiJS crack :)

 

Edit: Oops I was talking about the Bamboo editor, not this one, wrong topic haha.

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editor not work on my windows

but thanks

enpu

  on every think ...

first time in my live to understand game development when i read panda examples

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