Internet Explorer and Xbox Controller support for games

 

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xbox-controller

Internet Explorer Developer Channel went experimental implementation of W3C Gamepad API and you can use your controller to create games on HTML / JavaScript as for Web applications and for Windows 8:

<!DOCTYPE html> `` <html> `` <head> `` <title>Gamepad API Sample</title> `` <meta http-equiv="X-UA-Compatible" content="IE=Edge"> <script> function gameLoop() { var gamepads = navigator.getGamepads(); for (var playerIndex = 0; playerIndex < gamepads.length; playerIndex++) { var gamepad = gamepads[playerIndex]; if (gamepad) { if (gamepad.buttons[6].pressed || gamepad.buttons[7].pressed) { // A trigger is pressed, fire weapon. fireWeapon(playerIndex); `` }

 } 
 } window.requestAnimationFrame(gameLoop); 
 } 
 gameLoop(); 

</script> 
</head> 
<body> 

If you want to implement gamepad support in the game to HTML5 for Windows 8 now, not waiting for the release of the next version of Internet Explorer, you can use the wrapper over XInput for Javasctipt.

Resources

Windows 8 XInput and JavaScript controller sketch sample

https://code.msdn.microsoft.com/windowsapps/XInput-and-JavaScript-c72fe535

Building games with controller support?

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