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This website contains useful recipes for writing WebGL code. WebGL is a new technology that lets you code hardware-accelerated graphics into web pages, using JavaScript and a simple graphics API called OpenGL ES.

It does not contain a tutorial on WebGL: for that, you can check out the Learning WebGL lessons.

It does, however, include a list of Frequently Asked Questions about WebGL (though this might move elsewhere in the future).

Each recipe on this site should be a small(ish) bit of code showing how to do one thing only. It's not a site for frameworks or APIs, just snippets of code (though if you have a framework you'd like people to know about, feel free to add a link to the Frameworks and libraries section of this main page).

If you have a recipe that you want to add, just register (links at the top right) and add a link to a new page to the appropriate category in the list below. If there's no appropriate category, feel free to add one or use "Misc".

Right, enough explanation - on to the recipes!

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Recipes

Initialising

Geometry

Shaders

Misc

  • Nothing here yet!

Useful Links

Frameworks and libraries

Useful utilities

  • WebGL playground, an online tool for creating, testing, and sharing WebGL projects. The editor lets you work on JavaScript code and GLSL vertex/fragment shaders (if you have any) at the same time in a convenient way. You see the result on the same page. And you can use arbitrary JavaScript libraries/frameworks (e.g., those listed in this wiki).
Matrix libraries
  • Sylvester, a JavaScript library for matrix multiplication
  • mjs, something similar specifically designed for WebGL.
  • glMatrix, again something similar but now "stupidly fast" :-)

WebGL frameworks

  • C3DL, a JavaScript library that will make it easier to write 3D applications using Canvas 3D (now WebGL)
  • Copperlicht
  • EnergizeGL uses a language inspired by processing and similar Java frameworks.
  • GLGE, "WebGL for the lazy"
  • Jax, a complete WebGL development environment with emphasis on productivity
  • Processing.js, a JavaScript version of the well-known Processing library.
  • SceneJS, a JavaScript library for building scene graphs on WebGL
  • SpiderGL, providing typical structures and algorithms for realtime rendering to developers of 3D graphics web applications, without forcing them to comply with some specific paradigm.
  • StormEngineC
  • Three.js
  • WebGLU, a utility library for working with WebGL
  • X3DOM, is a framework for integrating and manipulating X3D scenes as HTML5 DOM elements, which are rendered via WebGL.
  • o3d Google's Webgl framework.
  • osgjs OpenSceneGraph implementation in javascript.
  • Oak3D An easy-to-use WebGL-based 3D graphics engine.
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