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  1. Yggdrasil is a fast paced gaming and platform service provider within the dynamic iGaming industry with offices in Malta and Kraków, Poland. The Polish Technical organization was established in late July 2014, but has grown to a team of over 40. In the last five months our team has doubled and so have our obligations and support activities. Our pace of growth is projected to be the same for the remainder of 2016 and for 2017. We are looking for more JavaScript Game Developers to expand our workforce. You will be part of a kick-ass, cross-functional agile team, consisting of Developer
  2. Yggdrasil is one of the fastest growing iGaming providers in the industry, if not the fastest. With a recent award as iGaming Software Supplier of the year under the belt, we are still hungry for more! The industry, operators and end-users, have an appetite for innovation as well as proven methods; Yggdrasil has set out to provide both. Your job will be to create new highly innovative products meant to blow the industry away. This cutting-edge project will combine some of the latest technologies in a way no-one has done before. You will be offered technical freedom as long as it leads to a
  3. Hello, I started working on a game using pixi.js and I'm currently thinking about possible solutions for the user interface. My first approach was to do complete user interface (such as HUD) in pixi.js, but I stumble upon some problems with text: differences of appearance in different browsers (in firefox it looks more sharp then in chrome, also text size measurements seem to be a lit different ) which makes it hard to do pixel-perfect interface. I guess switching to bitmap fonts would solve this but we're going to support Chinese which from my experience requires huge font atlas bitmap (I don
  4. If you're looking for simple, open-sourced, command-line tool, check it out: https://github.com/krzysztof-o/spritesheet.js
  5. @cubiq thanks for your comment. It should be fixed now. I'd be glad if you could check it. @alex_h great! Thanks
  6. Hi guys, I made a command-line tool which allows you to generate spritesheets. It supports framework such as PIXI.js, Easel.js, Starling/Sparrow and cocos2d. It is written in node.js I'd be glad for your feedback. Here's a link: https://github.com/krzysztof-o/spritesheet.js
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