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Three.js Essentials by Jos Dirksen

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Summary

That was that for the first introductory chapter. In this chapter, we explained a number of different subjects. Now, we'll summarize the most important ones.

Three.js is an open source JavaScript library that can run in all modern browsers without requiring any plugins, and for older IE browsers, there is a plugin available that enables WebGL support. For mobile browsers, it's a bit different. The performance of WebGL on these platforms depends on the combination of device, OS, and browser. If you want to run the examples on a mobile device, your best bet is to go for a modern Android device and use Chrome or Firefox as the browser. If you use iOS, you're out of luck, as iOS doesn't support WebGL yet. You can, however, still use the CSS3D ...

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