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The examples are quite challenging to grasp if you are still getting your head around other things, so the simplest example would be great.

Is there a simpler example?

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I included V8 into my game some months before. I think the code is quite easy to understand. – danijar Aug 26 '13 at 7:27
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Some links :

1) A series of tutorials i wrote :

2) CProxyV8 extends on the point/line samples by using their binding code

3) v8Juice is also a binding system for v8, has some simpler examples

4) Find other v8 projects and have a look inside their code (if possible)

5) Ask on

6) Ask on the v8 channel on iRC, freenode server

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You might want to reconsider your choice of grey-on-grey for your blog. The code comments are unreadable and with subpixel hinting on a 1024x768 screen the code itself is also almost unreadable. – user744 Aug 15 '10 at 17:10
I'll adjust the css for the comments, thanks. Weirdly enough i don't know anyone using 1024x768 ;P Not since i posted has anyone mentioned it being a problem - but thanks for the feedback. I updated the CSS to a blue color. Hope that helps legibility. – underscorediscovery Aug 15 '10 at 17:15

I think this is the simplest working one I could find. It teaches you how to get V8 up and running and then creates an Alert function in C++ that gets exposed to JavaScript.


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Link is broken (4/2015). – PolGraphic Apr 7 '15 at 22:19

I've been slowly working on a pygame alternative based on V8.

Although the project is stalled at the moment, the code is still up on Github.

Have a look at the bindings files and jsgame.cpp for some examples. Particularly, JSGame::initialize().

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