How to Get Started
or how to get the boilerplate :) boilerplate for tquery is a template to get you started. You download it and modify it until it fits your needs. It is a fast way to start a clean project with tquery. The running boilerplate looks like that.
Want to run it on your computer ? First you get boilerplate's files here. Then you launch the http server to serve them. Here is a little shell script which does it all.
curl -OL https://github.com/downloads/jeromeetienne/tquery/tqueryboilerplate.zip unzip tqueryboilerplate.zip cd tqueryboilerplate make server
Then you open a browser on http://127.0.0.1:8000/ to
see it running. Up to you to modify
index.html until it fits your needs.
looks like the code below... Quite short.
<!doctype html><title>Minimal tQuery Page</title> <script src="./tquery-all.js"></script> <body><script> var world = tQuery.createWorld().boilerplate().start(); var object = tQuery.createTorus().addTo(world); </script></body>
- working on postprocessing in tQuery.World
- added catmull-clark subdivision in tQuery.Geometry
- improved home page with more screenshots and link to tutorials
- added .clone() to
- added attributes to
tQuery.Object3D(needed for shadow)
- added plugins/skymap to handle textureCube and skymap
- added plugins/bluesky to generate blue sky html page background - no texture
Release - r49.1
- support IOS
- support canvasRenderer
- included doccoviewer to visualize annoted source
- added plugins/glfx.js as example of interaction with glfx.js
Release - r49.0
- First numbered release (synched on three.js version)
build/tquery.js: tquery core - 6k gzip+min
build/tquery-bundle.js: es5-shim + tquery core + three.js + boilerplate - 100k gzip+min
build/tquery-all.js: tquery bundle + all the plugin in incubations - infinite size - dont use :)