Chip8.js aims to bring CHIP8 emulation to the browser and node.js.
Currently, the demo doesn't support Internet Explorer.
Running the tests
The emulator is almost completely covered with automated tests. You can run the CPU tests using node, with the
$ make test
To run the Keyboard and emulator tests, you must run the suite in the browser.
$ make test-browser
And then accessing http://localhost:3000/test/tests.html URL.
You can also run the tests online by following http://reu.github.com/chip8.js/test/tests.html
The documentation is located in the
doc folder, and can be found online at http://reu.github.com/chip8.js/doc
It is generated by YUIDoc, so if you need to update it, make sure you have it installed:
$ npm install yuidocjs
Then, to generate the documentation, just run:
$ make documentation
MIT License. Copyright 2013 Rodrigo Navarro. http://rnavarro.com.br