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Game File Reference



Useful Components

Official

  • Deck: a PHP component to manage cards (deck, hands, picking cards, moving cards, shuffle deck, ...).
  • Draggable: a JS component to manage drag'n'drop actions.
  • Counter: a JS component to manage a counter that can increase/decrease (ex: player's score).
  • ExpandableSection: a JS component to manage a rectangular block of HTML than can be displayed/hidden.
  • Scrollmap: a JS component to manage a scrollable game area (useful when the game area can be infinite. Examples: Saboteur or Takenoko games).
  • Stock: a JS component to manage and display a set of game elements displayed at a position.
  • Zone: a JS component to manage a zone of the board where several game elements can come and leave, but should be well displayed together (See for example: token's places at Can't Stop).

Undocumented component (if somebody knows please help with docs)

  • Wrapper: a JS component to wrap a <div> element around its child, even if these elements are absolute positioned.

Unofficial



Game Development Process



Guides for Common Topics



Miscellaneous Resources


Dependency

Don't forget to add ebg/counter as a dependency:

   // in your game js
   define([
   "dojo","dojo/_base/declare",
   "ebg/core/gamegui",
   "ebg/counter"    /// <==== HERE],

Setup a counter

player.handSizeCounter = new ebg.counter();
player.handSizeCounter.create('hand_size_player_' + player_id);

Update counter

player.handSizeCounter.setValue(player.handSize);

Players panels

Adding stuff to player's panel

First, create a new JS template string in your template (tpl) file.

From the Gomoku example:

var jstpl_player_board = '\<div class="cp_board">\
    <div id="stoneicon_p${id}" class="gmk_stoneicon gmk_stoneicon_${color}"></div><span id="stonecount_p${id}">0</span>\
</div>';

Then, add this piece of code in the setup function of your JS file to add this template to each player panel:

            // Setting up player boards
            for( var player_id in gamedatas.players )
            {
                var player = gamedatas.players[player_id];
                         
                // Setting up players boards if needed
                var player_board_div = $('player_board_'+player_id);
                dojo.place( this.format_block('jstpl_player_board', player ), player_board_div );
            }

Often, you have to distinguish between the current player and other players. In this case, create another JS template (ex: jstpl_otherplayer_board) and use it where "player_id" is different than "this.player_id".