Finally done something I’ve been meaning to for a while, and brought Patterning into Cardigan Bay. That means we now have a :patterning card type which can contain Clojure code (it’s interpreted on the server using Babashka SCI) that renders patterns as SVG embedded in pages. See this example page on ThoughtStorms which has patterns […]
August is Patterning month again. I’m back to work on the Patterning library. And, in particular, getting it working properly in the ClojureScript, in-browser version. I’m going to be using devcards, figwheel, spec and other good tools in the Clojure community. I’ll be revamping the site and new versions of the code. Watch this space […]
So I wasn’t actually planning this. But I’ve been working on Patterning again in the last week or so. There’s a new version coming. The bad news is that it’s going to break the “API” and your existing code. 🙁 The good news is that there will now actually BE an API. A real one, […]
Wow! Figwheel looks pretty damned interesting. Another item for my Mind Traffic Control queue … try using it for Patterning apps.
Well that was surprisingly painless. I’m in the process of reorganizing the code for Patterning, my Clojure library that produces (visual) patterns. Patterning was built using Quil, which is a Clojure wrapper around Processing. But I wanted to be able to call the library directly from Processing itself (Java version). It seemed silly to create […]