Wednesday, May 24, 2023

3D web: Babylon.js (vs Three.js ?) => 3D chess

 Announcing Babylon.js 6.0. Our mission is to build one of the most… | by Babylon.js | Apr, 2023 | Medium

"Babylon.js 6.0 brings a complete overhaul of the Physics API. More power. More control. More features."


One of the exciting things about developing for the modern web is the rapid development of the underlying platform. Things like WebAssembly, WebGL, WebGPU, web workers, and more are unlocking experiences that were previously unimaginable for the typical web product. In the past couple of years we’ve seen products like Figma take advantage of this to create extremely compelling businesses and offerings.

WebGL, WebGPU, and 3D in general is one of these fundamental capabilities that has the most potential to push the web to the next level. Using these technologies directly, however, can be rather complex. In most cases, it makes sense to use a 3D web framework to speed up the development process. Today, there are two major open source frameworks that are capable enough to be considered seriously: Three.js and Babylon.js.

Typescript and Babylonjs

react + three.js

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