Kael01

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  1. If you don't have any background about software development, it will be harder for you to achieve. You have to learn some HTML, CSS and JavaScript beyond game development concepts with Three.js. After learning some fundamental web development, threejsfundamentals.org is a decent resource to learn about Three.js & WebGL. There is already an example someone made a portfolio website just like you mentioned: https://bruno-simon.com He also posted a blog post about the whole process: https://medium.com/@bruno_simon/bruno-simon-portfolio-case-study-960402cc259b Another option would be to find someone to hire and make it for you. This is probably the most straightforward way to go.
  2. Indeed. You can use any bundler(webpack, parcel, rollup, etc) to get a single HTML build with Pixi.