We have published the code at the heart of HASH simulations: you can view hEngine, the open computational engine, in this public repository. This is an alpha-stage product under active development, made available to allow developers and interested parties to explore and provide feedback on the code.
By making our simulation engine public we are delivering on several key principles:
We will now be working towards a first formal release, shipping a number of improvements and exciting new features in the weeks to come. We’d love for you to get involved, whether through contributing, raising issues, or getting in touch to share feedback and feature requests.
You can start using your existing projects with the open engine straight away, by exporting a project’s files and dependencies from hCore. This allows it to be downloaded for local use with hEngine, and enables you to backup your simulation code and data offline.
To do this, open up the File menubar and hit the Export Project button.
Coming soon: We’ll be introducing the ability to upload simulation project files to HASH, enabling seamless transition between developing on your machine and running simulations in-browser (in hCore) and at scale (with hCloud).