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Phaser in Go!


Noofbiz
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Hello,

I'm actually just getting started making games, and Phaser looks like a pretty cool place to start.  I've actually created lots of web servers the past couple years using Go, and just how easy and lightweight the language is for doing exactly that. So I thought it would be perfect for creating dev servers like you have to do for phaser testing / debugging. So, I wrote a little program that does just that.

https://github.com/Noofbiz/GoPhaser

It requires Go to be installed, and is similar to using Flask in Python for the same effect. If anyone wants to check it out and has any questions, feel free to ask here.

Thanks!

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Hello!

I've actually updated this and released .msi installers for it on a more generalized project. The project is here

https://github.com/Noofbiz/StaticFileServer

The installers are

https://github.com/Noofbiz/StaticFileServer/releases/download/v0.1.4/staticfileserver-x64-0-1-4.msi  for windows x64

https://github.com/Noofbiz/StaticFileServer/releases/download/v0.1.4/staticfileserver-x86-0-1-4.msi for windows x86

I'm going to work on a tarball for Linux as well down the road.

When you start it up, it starts up a static file server on the port given in the UI and the root for the file server is at the location given in the UI. You can change these to whatever port and folder you want. Right now you have to run it as an administrator due to what appears to be defects in the GUI used.

Hope some of you find it useful!

Thanks! 

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