No compiling is needed!
I really really love this. You type your code (using Adobe Brackets or Notepad++), refresh your browser, and you see the result. That’s it This allows faster workflow, you can easily try this and that and see the result immediately. With cool debugging tools from Google Chrome or Firebug on Firefox, you can check if there’s something wrong with your code on the browser.
Anyway, I’m currently trying Three.js for WebGL and so far I like it. The setup is easy, just like Away3D. Totally recommended if you’re familiar with Away3D or other 3D engine. Three.js also includes some python scripts for converting OBJ models into its on JSON-based model.
You can click the image below for my Milk Carton Boy model in WebGL using Three.js. Unfortunately, it only works if your browser support WebGL.
The source code is available on GitHub