How to install Pixi.js
Pixi’s API is actually a refinement of a well-worn and battle-tested API pioneered by Macromedia/Adobe Flash. Old-skool Flash developers will feel right at home. Other current sprite rendering frameworks use a similar API: CreateJS, Starling, Sparrow and Apple’s SpriteKit. The strength of Pixi’s API is that it’s general-purpose: it’s not a game engine. That’s good because it gives you total expressive freedom to make anything you like, and wrap your own custom game engine around it.
You can download the latest version of Pixi.js from the GitHub releases or use a Pixi.js CDN.
Cloning a repository
Install via NPM package
Here's a basic HTML page that you could use to link Pixi and test that it's working. (This assumes that the pixi.min.js is in a subfolder called pixi):