I created something that lets you copy/paste straight from the official examples on GitHub into an online editor, and then edit it from there.
It works for all the examples that I tested so far. I didn’t test all of them.
How it works
Visit the classic ocean shader example, for example.
Ocean Shader : three.js examples
Click the <> at the bottom right of the view
Then press Ctrl+A, Ctrl+C to copy the code from the GitHub page.
Press Ctrl+A, Ctrl+V to paste over the default example in the editor view,
and then press the green
Update Preview button
And Wallah! you have an editable Threejs example in your browser that you can edit locally.
And you can even make changes,
Make the water yellow,
load an external asset async,
and a few more things like change the camera position and get rid of
and when I’m finished making changes,
I can share a link to the edited version.
See the edited Version @ SBCODE Editor
TL;DR It’s a monkey head, bobbing up and down in yellow water