sulfurousWebGL v 0.01

Sulfurous, just like Phosphorus, runs your Scratch projects really fast by compiling them to JavaScript. Try it out by pasting a URL or project ID into the field below or choosing an example. You can also drag a local .sb2 project onto this page.

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Credits

Sulfurous was created by Mittagskogel and further developed by FRALEX as part of their work at the Alpen-Adria-University Klagenfurt. Sulfurous is based off Phosphorus, which was created by Nathan Dinsmore. Its CPS-style compilation and overall design was inspired by Rhys Simpson's sb2.js. It would have more bugs if not for Truman Kilen. It uses the JSZip library, created by Stuart Knightley, David Duponchel, Franz Buchinger, and António Afonso, to read .sb2 files and compressed projects, and the canvg library, created by Gabe Lerner, to render SVGs in <canvas> elements.

Code

Sulfurous is released under the MIT license, the source code for Sulfurous is available on GitHub. See Phosphorus for the original version.