Get started with dat.GUI by reading the API documentation.
The easiest way to use dat.GUI in your code is by using the built source at
head tag, include the following code:
Installing from npm
$ npm install --save dat.gui
// CommonJS: const dat = require('dat.gui'); // ES6: import * as dat from 'dat.gui'; const gui = new dat.GUI();
├── build - Compiled source code. ├── src - Source files. └── tests - Tests.
Building your own dat.GUI
In the terminal, enter the following:
$ npm install $ npm run build
- npm run build - Build development and production version of scripts.
- npm run dev - Build development version of script and watch for changes.
Working with Content Security Policy
If you're using a server with a Content Security Policy in place that blocks 'unsafe-inline', you will have problems when dat.gui.js tries to inject style information. To get around this, load 'build/dat.gui.css' as an external style sheet.
View the Change Log
The following libraries / open-source projects were used in the development of dat.GUI: