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  1. Hello, I'm starting to use Pixi.js and I wanted to know if I could make and use sprite sheets with it. So far I haven't had much success. I come from using Java2D so I used to use 16x16 sprite sheets there. Are there any examples of how one could implement this? Thank you so much.
  2. Thanks for the reply. I was leaning towards Pixi.js since it doesn't seem to hold your hand as much as Phaser which I like. And I like Brackets as well. I have it on my Mac and my Windows PC.
  3. Thank you all for responding! I started using Brackets so that answers question 3. I just want to do it for fun because programming/game development is my hobby, so no worries. I personally am more interested in coding the game rather than using a game maker but thank you anyway. Again, thank you all for your responses. I am currently deciding between using Phaser and Pixi.js, and I'm hoping to decide soon.
  4. Hello all! I am very interested in HTML5 game development. I think HTML5 and web games as a whole are a promising platform, plus I love programming and think it'd be fun. To give you some perspective, I'm not new to programming or even game development. I am fluent or at least very well versed in Python, and I am pretty good with the Pygame library. I have made a few games with it, including a couple for the Ludum Dare. I am also familiar with C# and Java as well. I have completed the HTML and JavaScript courses at codecademy but it's been a while since I've used them. I have been trying to find good (preferably free) tutorials on HTML5 game development but so far I haven't found much. Plus I'm confused as to what tools to use. My questions are as follows: 1. What are the best (preferably free, but I can pay for something not too expensive) tutorials for someone new to HTML5 but not new to programming on a whole? 2. What libraries/frameworks/engines are the most popular? There seems to be many, but I was hoping that there is something that is largely used and has a lot of documentation and a decent sized community behind it. 3. What are some good text editors for Mac and Windows? I know this isn't that important, I was just curious as to what you recommend. Thank you all for your time! I apologize if I am doing something wrong by asking this. If so, I will fix it ASAP. Thanks again!