Web Interface

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Web interface

Web interface for Tygron Engine projects

Besides the regular user interface provided by the Tygron Engine, there is also web interface available for the participants in a session. This interface can be reached by using most modern web browsers. It is completely composed of HTML, CSS, and javascript, functioning like a common web page. The CSS file can be changed, and HTML and javascript can be injected into the interface via the editor. This allows the web interface to be fully customized in both function and appearence.

Limitations

The web interface does not function as a perfect replacement for the regular, 3D user interface. Contrary to the regular user interface, the 3D world is displayed in 2D. It's not possible to draw selections in the 2D map, which means that users will be unable to take conventional actions such as placing constructions or purchasing land. Visuals, such as cinematics, special effects, weather effects, and visible traffic are not yet available for the 2D map. The web interface also remains available while a (multi-user) session is paused.

Web interface structure

This article describes a technical aspect, and is mainly for technical users.


Map

The map of the web interface is

Session Interface

The session interface is, in principle, the same as the regular user interface. The top bar can be found at the top of the screen, and the map panel on the right of the screen. However, there is no action menu available.

Custom HTML

Frontpage

Assets

CSS

Images

Authentication

This article describes a technical aspect, and is mainly for technical users.


URLs

Webtokens