Made my first JS library. Please offer some feedback!

I have made a JS library mainly for Interactive Fiction games and I would like you all to provide some feedback, do some testing, and all that.

The library is still in an early stage so there will be a lot more to come in the future.
In the readme file, there is a documentation for you so you can learn how to use the library. Once I complete this project, I might make an actual documentation website.

Well, here is the repo

And here is a demo on codepen: https://codepen.io/LeviathanProgramming/pen/yLaqaeX?editors=0010

I’d love to see your projects made out of my library :smiley: :smiley:
Thanks for reading.
Happy Coding.

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Hey Conner,

great work!

I would be awesome if you would add a demo, e.g. on codesandbox.

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Maybe I’ll add one on codepen.

I made an example on codepen:
https://codepen.io/LeviathanProgramming/pen/yLaqaeX?editors=0010

Awesome!

Why not add it to the GitHub Readme?

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I’m working on the library slowly. 1.1.0 is on the way. Maybe I’ll update the readme then.

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I made an open source JS library called DreamForgerJS. DreamForgerJS makes it easier for you to create Interactive Fiction games.

If you’ve seen my post here, you saw an earlier version of the library which isn’t compatible with the current one.

It is still in an early stage and doesn’t have all of the features that I want to add yet. Here is the github repo. The documentation is in the readme file.

It would be great if you could help me test it out and see if you find any bugs. Here is a demo on codepen. In the future, some of the extensions and features will include:
• moving
• combat
• armor & weapons
• NPCs & quests
• and more!

I hope you enjoy.
Thanks for reading.
Happy Coding.