Excellent Walkthrough Man :O
Loved it and learned a lot.
Thanks so much!
David Henrry Ticona
wow!! impressive tutorial, thanks to the author and the code player team :D
I loved the way u’ve gelled in the Video+Text Graphics for the tutorials, and what a lovely demo of Particles!
Absolutely amazing! I was wondering how you would go about having the particles “bump” into each other?
Really enjoyed this tutorial. It really makes the concept of these js tutorials really hit home. Thank you for working on this! I look forward to more from you in the future!
Wow, great tutorial!
Nice tutorial! A small improvement idea would be to use requestAnimationFrame(). But it’s really cool! Thanks! :)
Good work on code player and the tutorial is fine except for the Math.random()*255>>0; bit where you might want to consider using Math.floor() to truncate a float into an integer :) This being a tutorial and all, some newbies are bound to get completely flummoxed by it as searching for >> on google is pretty futile.
Or replace it with Math.random()*255^0 to really throw some people off :)
Just Awesome man!
Very nice. One note though, you should be using
requestAnimationFrame() with fallback to setTimeout.
Paul Irish has a nice polyfill.
Great tut! To create a more particlistic behaviour on boundaries:
//To prevent the balls from moving out of the canvas
if(p.x < p.radius) p.vx *= -1;
if(p.y < p.radius) p.vy *= -1;
if(p.x > W-p.radius) p.vx *= -1;
if(p.y > H-p.radius) p.vy *= -1;
You are a very good programmer and teacher of course…
What a Professional work
i Like HTML5
its a very very great new technology in internet
How do u make it which program?
that was awesome
Excellent work. Thanks a lot for sharing.
I have been following your tutorial for long. Its been really helpful.
Can you make a tutorial on using multiple canvas, and make cool patterned animations.
Thank you :)
You make it seems easy.
Amazing project, by the way I’ve found an interesting website relative to particles.
Unfortunately it’s in French, but the code is in English !
this website was too useful to me……..i loved u have both video and text…marvelous tutorial….
Thanks so much for posting! This code really helped me solve a problem I was stuck on.
These always YouTube gaming video lessons are actually among agreeable quality, I watched out all these along onward my friends.