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    EDIT: wrong post, sorry.
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    Canvace Development Kit

    Bump! We have just released the 0.2.3 version. We're bringing you some bug fixes and: an improved setup screen an improved JavaScript framework some UI improvements ...welcome back, tile sheet import wizard! Also, HTTP caching should now be properly set up for Ladybug, which, by the way, can now be reached at the following URL: http://ladybug.canvace.com/
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    Canvace Development Kit

    Bump! Version 0.2.1 is out! New features in the development environment: ability to export and import stages, comprehensive of all the revisions; simplified installation procedure, which now creates the configuration file by itself after the first launch, guiding the user through a next-next procedure. New features in the API: physics: http://api.canvace.c...tangleCollision pathfinding: http://api.canvace.c...vace.Astar.html state machines: http://api.canvace.c...ateMachine.html ...and more. There's also a new little, interactive demo of the A* implementation: http://www.canvace.com/demo/astar.html (You can draw obstacles, then you can calculate the optimal route from the top-left square to the bottom-right square.)
  4. jmc-88

    Canvace Development Kit

    Yes and no: audio support is still something we're working on. At the moment we provide some methods to automate the loading of the sound resources as HTMLAudioElements (check in the Canvace.Loader class, methods loadSounds and getSound), which is what HTML5 provides and is more equally supported across browsers than WebAudio/Audio Data. More generally speaking, audio support (and, specifically, gapless audio support) is still somewhat poor in most browsers: to overcome their limitations, you could try a hybrid HTML5/Flash solution like SoundManager 2 (http://www.schillmania.com/projects/soundmanager2), and I bet that one could be used together with our engine without any problem. As a side note, that demo is being developed with the upcoming 0.2.1 version of the engine and the API: if you're curious, you could as well check out its code until the new version is released.
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    Canvace Development Kit

    Another update! With the artwork shown in the video, we created a little demo "game" - which is still WIP, so for now you just have a character wandering around in the map. We need to add some virtual buttons to the game area in case the user is running on a touchscreen device, for the rest it should work flawlessly everywhere. You can test it by visiting: http://www.canvace.com/demo2/ All feedback is appreciated. bye
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    Canvace Development Kit

    Also, forgot to specify that the artwork you see in the video is going to be released with free usage permissions in the next release, together with some more artwork and demo stages.
  7. jmc-88

    Canvace Development Kit

    Hmm, yes, highlighting the affected areas might work. Thanks for the suggestion, we'll surely keep that in mind. ;) In the meanwhile, we realized another quick video where we "paint" a stage, from an empty canvas to a complete map, you can see it here: [media][/media]
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    Canvace Development Kit

    Glad to see you like it! To answer your question: no, at the moment there's no visual diff available. If you really feel it's something that needs to be added, we'll definitely consider the idea. Could I ask you to elaborate a bit more on how would you use that feature?
  9. Hi! I'm here to announce the second beta release of Canvace (http://www.canvace.com/), a development kit for 2D and 2.5D games based on HTML5. This is how the development environment looks like: and these are some screenshots from a test stage created with Canvace (http://www.canvace.com/demo/): The project currently contains two fundamental elements: a development environment and a JavaScript library. Let me list some of the features we offer: the development environment is itself a web application: one can install it on a local HTTP server, so that several people at once can access the same resources not just isometric: users are free to choose a custom 3×3 projection matrix, thus being able to create orthogonal and much more integrated versioning system: so you have a long-term history of the changes made to your stages output in JSON format: for easier integration in your JavaScript code excellent performance: so that your games can run decently even on less powerful devices, like some smartphones are. We'd love to receive your feedback: praises or curses, anything is welcome. We're open to all kind of feedback. [hr] P.S.: to take a quick glance of what it looks like, you can also check out our first video tutorial: [media][/media] We're planning to make more videos soon - stay tuned! ;)
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