examples & demos
Before getting started with stackgl, you'll want to get familiar with the basics of WebGL and GLSL. One place to start would be by trying out one of our graphics-themed NodeSchool workshops. Shader School and WebGL Workshop are interactive and may be taken in any order.
Some other good learning resources include Learning WebGL, WebGL Academy, Shadertoy, and GLSL Sandbox. If you're particularly interested in shaders, you might want to check out The Book of Shaders, An Introduction to Shaders or Primer: Shaders.
Some more advanced resources include WebGL Insights and How to Create Content with Signed Distance Functions.
Not sure where to start? Here's some links that should help you learn more and/or get involved yourself. Feel free to get in touch if you have any questions!
- Freenode IRC: #stackgl
- GitHub: github.com/stackgl
- Contributing: github.com/stackgl/contributing
- Shader School: github.com/stackgl/shader-school
- WebGL Workshop: github.com/stackgl/webgl-workshop
If you're interested in writing some packages of your own but short on ideas, we have a wishlist of sorts in stackgl/contributing's issue queue.
stackgl is only possible thanks to the excellent work of dozens of contributors: thank you!