Hello, world! – The Flax Project
As you probably know, “Hello World” is the infamous first-time program that virtually every programmer has written. At the time, you (at least, us), as a programmer, can’ t even fathom just how deep the proverbial rabbit hole goes.It’s amazing how vast the whole topic of computer science is. Programming languages, operating systems, hardware, the internet, the list goes on and on. This is why neither of us can properly define what the Flax project is. It’s been many things since its conception, and finally it’s here.
Now, on to the main focus of this project, the Flax Game Engine. Today’s computing is evolving with new devices, new platforms, and new markets. Perhaps the most obvious of these is the internet. Through new advancements in browsers, application on the web are becoming as rich and as functional (if not even more so) as their desktop counterparts. Though gaming in browsers has been around nearly as long as the Internet itself, browser plugins such as Adobe Flash or Unity’s Web Player are often required.
All in all, this project should prove to be very interesting, and hopefully useful to other developers out there.
Now, meet the developers