RaananW Posted April 14, 2015 Share Posted April 14, 2015 Hey fellow Babylon-Supporters, For a long time I wanted to create an experimental extensions repository for BJS. An "Incubator" for great ideas, that might not be integrated in the framework directly, or require some testing before they make sense. BabylonJSX is different than the extensions in Babylon's main Github page. The plan is to create extensions to the framework itself, extensions that will be included directly in working projects and will extend the functionality of BabylonJS.This was of course discussed with Deltakosh. There is no plan to "steal" functionality from Babylon's main framework. If a certain feature makes sense, DK would (probably) love to have it in the framework itself. This is just a way for the developer to test it out, provide it to the community and see the reactions. Maybe also allow users of past versions of the framework to use it. A good example for that is the web worker collision extension, that will eventually be integrated into BabylonJS itself. until then, it is offered as an extension for testing. It can also be for extensions that have no place in the framework since they change its features or not cross-browser. BabylonJSX is located here - https://github.com/BabylonJSX As you can see, there are already 3 projects (one of them was already published in the collision discussion):IndexedDB Backend for BabylonJS (https://github.com/BabylonJSX/IndexedDB-Backend) Web Worker Collision support (https://github.com/BabylonJSX/WebWorker-Collisions) Native Async Events using DOM manipulations. (https://github.com/BabylonJSX/Native-JS-Events) The project is deliberately not under my name. I am however the only developer there at the moment. I am looking for people with great ideas - developers who think they can create a great extension and want the community to enjoy using it as well. Any person with an idea will get its own repository and will be able to directly commit there - this repository belongs to him and he is the sole moderator of it. It doesnT have to be TypeScript either. Vanilla JS, Coffeescript and any other languages are more than welcomed (as long as eventually there is a js file to include). The only things I ask are:a bit of organizationproper documentation a demoa non-copyleft open source license (Apache, MIT, BSD etc').Waiting for your submissions! Oh, and I am in dire need of a logo! jerome, jahow, Samuel Girardin and 5 others 8 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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