I am working on a Java application that uses the jMonkeyEngine (v1) for its 3D visualization and it ties in with another piece of software that is written in C++. The code base is about 8 years old now. The client has shown interest in moving their application onto the Internet.
So my question is this, which online technologies should I look at to be able to make this move as smooth as possible? I realize that I’ll probably need to rewrite most if not all of the code to make this happen (in WebGL?).
Has anyone done this sort of thing in the past that can give me tips on things to look out for?
Any suggested libraries that I should investigate? I’m currently looking at:
8 years old and using jME 1 ?
I worked with jME in 2006 and again in 2009, but I think it was version 2, not 1.
That’s more than 9 years ago now and it was quite fun even back then.
The advantage was, that you could understand everything under the hood, the whole engine.
The disadvantages were numerous - they didn’t have a proper sphere object until I made one.
Today I don’t get many parts of jME and many plugins are hard to understand too.
But would I want to work with such old software again? Hm… :chimpanzee_rolleyes: