Stephan Posted October 20, 2014 Share Posted October 20, 2014 Hi guys, I just wanted to ask for your oppinion on the following subject. The last weeks I have been spending a lot of time on the panda.js code fiddler (http://vermeire.home.xs4all.nl/panda/). I included most of the examples from the official cheatsheet and added many new ones at well. At the moment it includes the following subjects: LoaderFontsGraphics and shapesSpritesParticlesTweenAnimationMouseKeyboardButtonsSoundConfigCoreOthermy plan is to add examples of: collision detection physicspooltimercamera... My primary goal was to get a better grasp on the engine but I think it might be a great tool to make panda.js more accessable to new developers and I have the feeling that it is a bit hard to find the fiddler right now. In my opinion the fiddler might contribute a bit to the popularity of the panda.js engine. I have no objections at keeping it the way it is now (that is: hosted on my own website primarily used by myself) but there are of course other options. Would it be an idea to add the fiddler (or a direct link to the fiddler) to the original panda.js website? I am willing to spend some time on this project to make it fit in nicely. We could even host the default code examples on Github and run them live in the fiddler... Just let me know your opinion. goide 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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