A note about using https for development
More and more, modern web browsers demand that you use https:// instead of http://. You cannot, for example, use the web location APIs, or access video via WebRTC, over http connections on many browsers. If you want to do development using https and node.js use the devssl target (used by doing
npm run devssl).
To see documentation of the collection of Entities and Components that link Argon and AFrame, see the API Documentation.
To use the latest stable build of Argon-AFrame, include
<head> <script src="https://rawgit.com/argonjs/argon-aframe/master/dist/argon-aframe.js"></script> </head>
To check out the stable and master builds, see the
git clone https://github.com/argonjs/argon-aframe.git # Clone the repository. cd argon-aframe && npm install # Install dependencies. npm run devsite # update build.js and genereate a local development site in _sites npm run dev # Start the local development server.
And open in your browser http://localhost:8001.
When you change the HTML files, you need to regenerate _site with
npm run devsite.
npm run dist
For questions and support, ask on one of our support channels.
Stay in Touch
- To hang out with the community, join the argonjs slack ([see the slack-join link in our developer support links]](https://www.argonjs.io/#develop)).
- Follow @argonjs on Twitter.
Get involved! Check out the Contributing Guide for how to get started.
This program is free software and is distributed under an Apache License.