This is a sample app to help you get started with Pts using npm or yarn (an npm wrapper) and webpack.
If you prefer to use Pts without build steps, you can also link it directly. For example:
And you can also try out Pts without any setup using the live demo editor.
Pts is a library for visualizaton and creative coding. Learn more at https://ptsjs.org.
Getting npm and yarn
- npm is a package manager for Node, and it comes with Node installation. If you don't have Node yet, download it here.
- yarn is an alternative to npm. Run
npm i -g yarnto install, or see here for more installation options. Skip this step if you would rather just use npm.
Running the sample app
- Clone or download this repo.
- Go to the folder in terminal, and run
- Then run
index.htmland you should see your app running like the image above
src/app.jsto make changes to the sample app
Building for production
yarn build (or
npm run build). This uses
babel-minify to minify the code in es6.
Note that the Pts library uses es6 features such as extending built-in classes like Array.
- Webpack's "tree-shaking" doesn't seem to work in dependencies.
- Please file an issue if you have suggestions or encounter errors.
Apache 2.0 License. See LICENSE file.