This is the Windows app named PathFinding.js whose latest release can be downloaded as 0.4.17.tar.gz. It can be run online in the free hosting provider OnWorks for workstations.
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The aim of this project is to provide a path-finding library that can be easily incorporated into web games. It may run on Node.js or the browser. It comes along with an online demo to show how the algorithms execute. (The pathfinding speed is slowed down in the demo). Note that this project only provides path-finding algorithms for 2D space. If you need to work in a 3D environment, then you may use @schteppe's fork. When instantiating path-finders, you may pass in additional parameters to indicate which specific strategies to use. For all path-finders, you may indicate whether diagonal movement is allowed. The default value is false, which means that the path can only go orthogonally. When diagonal movement is enabled, you might want to prevent the path from touching the corners of the occupied grid blocks. This is usually desirable if the objects using the path have physical width and can also move between the grid cells.
- It works in both node.js and browser environments
- A great visualization of the different pathfinding algorithms is available
- PathFinding.js supports installation using npm and bower command line tools
- The default gulp task does everything(except running the benchmarks)
- Provides path-finding algorithms for 2D space
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