There's not a doubt in my mind that a version of
AlteredQualia has some impressive WebGL
demos that use three.js. I seem to
remember covering three.js on this blog before, but the author has
really been pushing it to new heights lately. The Minecraft
really caught my imagination.
As far as the server is concerned there's
Nodecraft by Jeremy Apthorp. Development appears to have stalled, but Jeremy made an interesting stab
at building something.
Node-backed WebGL games will be huge -- please send us your games and
Tempo (GitHub: twigkit /
tempo) by Stefan Olafsson and Tyler
Tate is a client-side JSON rendering engine that works without a
framework like jQuery. By passing
Tempo an element ID and
some data, it can generate suitable HTML from a fragment like this:
The authors suggest that this makes Ajax content easier to work with,
which makes a lot of sense to me. There's nothing worse than dealing
interpolation. I also like the fact it degrades appropriately, as seen
in the example above.
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