I have a very special request, but first let me tell you about my situation.
Promptly became the proverbial child in a toy store:
- “I want this!”
- “I want that!”
- “and the other, too!”
I simply want to port a “before/after” slide control, developed in jQuery to my new and only standard: Three.js. The programmer accepts the job, only to tell me that it is better to port the whole application, seen here:
to Three.js and gives me a reasonable price. I could not be happier.
Except that she does not know Three.js that well. BUT, she is willing to learn and I will give her all support possible: I am not in a hurry, plenty of source code, etc.
Where can I get some tutorial source code for somebody with this background?
-Ramon F. Herrera
Does that mean that I can donate my code? By definition, all my production becomes part of the public domain. It is mostly 3D models, so far:
But I am working on web based applications. This is the main one:
Sure. However the bookshelf thread is for articles, books, videos, and external libraries like physics. Not to mention it’s already rather long. Probably best to share your code as a separate post.
My response was blocked.
The issue of FREE OPEN SOURCE SOFTWARE is very much ON TOPIC.
Your living is based on the work done before you.
“Those who are afraid to offend, are not interested in The Truth”
-Ramon F. Herrera
Internet Pioneer Co-Founder, while at MIT
I removed your previous comment because it contained profanity and angry comments directed at another forum member.
You can repost the comment with those parts removed, if you wish.
Please keep the conversation here focused and civil. Anything not related to three.js is off topic.
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