What is MagicScript?
Why is MagicScript important?
MagicScript enables rapid application development for Landscape and Immersive experiences with built-in support for remote content and Web APIs.
This combination of features enables a variety of applications for Enterprise and Social.
Is MagicScript performant?
MagicScript uses NPM to assemble applications from multiple components (NPM packages). This allows the use of many external NPM packages and frameworks in MagicScript applications.
How can MagicScript be extended?
You can create your own components and frameworks and share them on NPM and GitHub with other developers.
There are also several packages available through NPM that were written by the MagicScript development team that can be used to simplify and accelerate application development. For more details, look on the MagicScript GitHub page: https://github.com/magic-script
What can be done with MagicScript today?
- Landscape and Immersive
- Lumin Runtime API
- HTTP/HTTPS Fetch
- File System
- MagicScript Components
Can WebGL be used with MagicScript?
Yes. Lumin OS 0.96 MagicScript enables support for WebGL for rendering Quad nodes using Planar resources in Landscape and Immersive applications.
MagicScript supports the most commonly used APIs of WebGL 1.0 and a limited set of functions from WebGL 2.0.
Further WebGL functionality can be rolled out in upcoming releases.
What is MagicScript Components?
MagicScript Components gives developers a declarative “HTML alike” language to create specialized application front ends for mixed reality with built-in state management and extensibility provided by React.js.
Why is MagicScript Components important?
MagicScript Components simplifies application development and makes code more structured and readable.
Developers write less code to achieve more.
The code also “looks more familiar” for people coming from web development.
How to get started with MagicScript?
MagicScript.org is a one-stop shop for any information related to MagicScript. Read our getting started guide, check our samples, install our CLI tool, create your application, and share you experience with us! Also file bugs, fork our repos, and contribute your changes!