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  1. Eketol
    13th February 2017 @ 12:31 pm

    Thanks for posting this test. Great info. It seems Flash still has something to say. I’m also curious about how it would be with Three.js and AwayJS 🙂

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    • theMightyAtom
      13th February 2017 @ 1:09 pm

      AwayJS and the Typescript version meant the death of Away3D proper. What a waste. They’re not nearly as advanced as three.js. I have a project coming up that uses three.js, so I will give it a bash 🙂

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      • tsuchan
        28th July 2017 @ 4:48 pm

        Out of interest, what did you reckon to three.js on your project? Have you used BabylonJS at all? I was wondering how the two compared.

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        • theMightyAtom
          28th July 2017 @ 6:46 pm

          ThreeJS does an admirable job. The issues I’ve had have been regarding the external javascript code and its lack of OOP functionality.
          I notice BabylonJS is born with Typescript, that may be an avenue worth looking into. I’m on holiday for another week, but when I get the time I’ll look into it, possibly rebuild the demo in BabylonJS. It’s the only way I know to really get to grips with an engine. On the surface, BabylonJS looks quite a polished framework. Would be nice if someone did a feature comparison, as often is best to choose the framework that covers most your requirements out of the box.

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          • tsuchan
            28th July 2017 @ 8:21 pm

            Thanks, interesting. Will be cool to see your Babylon test if you decide to do that. Enjoy you’re enjoying your holiday! 🙂

  2. tsuchan
    28th July 2017 @ 8:23 pm

    *Hope you’re enjoying… .(-_-).

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