I’m trying to re-start with three.js after a long break before I even got accustomed with it.
Last time I had managed to have autocomplete in VS Code which I consider the best choice, but I was using npm and some other things that most likely I don’t need.
So, I don’t need or want to:
- share the code,
- have access to others’ code snippets and let them have access to mine,
- work with a remote server or via a home network (I prefer to work locally, at least for now),
- have node, git, mocha, chai, coffee beans or brownies.
(I don’t even know what such stuff actually does, no one explains the pros and cons clearly up to a point that will make sense -not even those who make them(!), so I don’t want things that I don’t actually need to mess with my system and files …in public (with access to the web).
I also don’t get the idea of frameworks for “testing js” (no one explains it). If I have to make the tests myself, then I don’t need anything else.
I just need autocomplete with VS Code locally (I know how to work locally) on a specific folder, and a way to easily update three.js manually (why not?) that’s all. So, is there a simple, straightforward way for that? (I also can’t believe that the word autocomplete has not been mentioned on this forum…)
Am I asking too …little?