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Storybook- Story Object (JSON)

We are creating LonnyLips script less cluttered. Then firstly, create a StoryBook node, then make each story a separate child of StoryBook and get every story to use the same script we want a new script to hold data for every single story.

Then we are creating a node. Click on the plus (+) sign to add the node.

Storybook- Story Object (JSON)

Here, we can see below that the node has been created.

Storybook- Story Object (JSON)

Properties of the Node.

Storybook- Story Object (JSON)

Then rename the Node name to StoryBook.

Storybook- Story Object (JSON)

After that, create a node named story0, which is the child of StoryBook. And then create its child node named Story0.

Storybook- Story Object (JSON)

Right-click on the node Story0 and click on the attached script to open the text.

Storybook- Story Object (JSON)

Then create it after removing 0 from the path.

Storybook- Story Object (JSON)

This is the script tab.

Storybook- Story Object (JSON)

Coding:

Storybook- Story Object (JSON)

Create one more node named story1, which is the duplicate of story0.

To make a duplicate node of any node, right-click on the node and go to duplicate or express control to make its next series. Or we can click the keyword ctrl+D, which is the shortcut of duplicate.

Storybook- Story Object (JSON)

Code in Story0:

After duplicating node 1 and then adding an export function in the code, like below shown.

Storybook- Story Object (JSON)

After adding an export function in the code, this will happen in the properties:

Storybook- Story Object (JSON)

We can add a story in inspector properties also. Then change its story accordingly from the inspector properties like below.

Storybook- Story Object (JSON)
Storybook- Story Object (JSON)

We can also add array and array type like below:

Storybook- Story Object (JSON)

But now, we are not doing like this:

We are going to code if we add an array in the script, then it will show in our properties automatically.

Storybook- Story Object (JSON)

Here we are using typed G.DScript.

We can see the description of any keyword to press ctrl and the particular keyword simultaneously.

Storybook- Story Object (JSON)

Code:

Storybook- Story Object (JSON)

Or we can write the string in place of ". "

Storybook- Story Object (JSON)

Then we are going to lonnylips.gd and comment all the stories into the script like below.

Storybook- Story Object (JSON)

Example of lonnylips.gd:

After that we copy the story in the property of the story0, story1.

Story0

Storybook- Story Object (JSON)

Story 1

Storybook- Story Object (JSON)

We can add more stories like above.

Here, we are creating two more stories like above story2, story3 and also write the description in it.

Storybook- Story Object (JSON)

Here, four stories are created. Fill the stories and array here also.

Updated Code When story is written in inspector form :

Output:

Storybook- Story Object (JSON)
Storybook- Story Object (JSON)
Storybook- Story Object (JSON)
Storybook- Story Object (JSON)
Storybook- Story Object (JSON)

In our next tutorial we learn about StoryBook through JSON.






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