Overall, I’d say the book was decent but there are a few faults. Namely, that the book is called “WebGL: Up and Running” but there is actually very little WebGL API code in these pages. The first chapter shows some, but after that it’s all using Three.js. Don’t get me wrong, Three.js is a useful library, but I would preferred to see how to do these things using the straight API. Furthermore, the author uses his own framework built on top of Three.js, obscuring some of the core concepts. Granted, his framework looks good, but it means a good amount of the code examples in the book will not work unless you are using that framework (and I would guess you are not). That said, I still found the book helpful even if I would have preferred a more low-level survey.
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