Greetings Gamedev.net! I am interested in some opinions on WebGL sprite rendering frameworks.
I have been researching WebGL 3D engines (most of which obviously support 2D graphics), but I'm not quite sure which would be the right one for my game. Three.js seems to have sprite support, but I'm not sure how well it performs (I couldn't find any benchmarks).
My game is 2D, and I would therefore need a speedy sprite rendering system, such as libgdx's SpriteBatch that can handle a very large number of sprites (including particles). I am not looking for canvas support - just WebGL is fine.
I am interested in suggestions regarding a fast, simple WebGL sprite rendering solution, be it in a dedicated framework, or as part of a general 3D engine. It should also be relatively mature and actively maintained (since WebGL is still in its infancy and is thus rapidly changing).
If no suitable solution exists, I guess I'll end up just rolling my own and open-sourcing it!
Edited by Andrei Barsan, 06 March 2014 - 07:53 AM.