Wick is a browser-based hybrid animation/coding environment for making interactive things for the web, heavily inspired by similar tools such as Flash, HyperCard, and Scratch. It was developed in response to a growing need for such a tool for the modern web. Wick is currently live at www.WickEditor.com, come check it out sometime!
How to contribute to Wick
Want to help us make Wick? There's plenty to do, we'd love your help.
Be sure to read the code of conduct!!
Wick needs tutorials! If you're interested in making text or video tutorials, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org, especially if you want to make non-english tutorials! The tutorial page is a good place to start if you want a template.
Report bugs and submit bug fixes
Found a bug? Add it to the issue tracker. You can also look at existing bugs in the issue tracker. If you're just getting started, check out the bugs tagged as
small-bugs - these are smaller fixes that you can do to get acquainted with the codebase.
Suggest features and give feedback
Have an idea for a new feature, or want something specific changed or fixed? Post an issue on the issue tracker so we can discuss it and make it happen.
Make things and help promote Wick
If you're a creator that wants to support Wick, one of the most helpful things to do is to is to make sure that it's clear that you made your project with Wick. Maybe slap the mascot on your project with a link to wickeditor.com?
How to run the editor locally for development
- Clone or download and unzip this repo
- Open terminal in the newly made
wickfolder and start an HTTP server:
python -m SimpleHTTPServer(Python 2)
python -m http.server(Python 3)
- OR if you have npm installed, you can get http-server, which is faster
npm install http-server -gto install
- Open a browser window, and go to
Need help? Feel free to contact us at email@example.com