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vvvvjs-nw

demo vvvvjs
Credits: https://github.com/rogerwang https://github.com/zauner

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I really like vvvv and Node.js, and vvvvjs is just in the middle of both.

Tonight I'm going to share an experiment. I think that most of the users like vvvvjs but it is difficult to try it out, since not everybody has web development skills.

Well, if I look far away, I can see a vvvvjs.exe that you put inside vvvv folder and is able to browse all girlpower patches ... maybe you can think I'm crazy .... YES I AM ! of course

But take a look at this experiment. It was realized in less than two hours, using node-webkit (check it out, is very interesting) and vvvvjs.

I just took vvvvjs examples folder and used node-webkit to create a vvvvjs.exe that everybody should be able to run and try some vvvvjs patches.

Strictly speaking,

node-webkit = Chrome + Node.js

and

vvvvjs-nw = node-webkit + vvvvjs

Technically, it could run on Mac and Linux too. It could evolve in a simple way to run a vvvvjs server.

Let me know if you imagine any direction it is worth to go.

Ciaooooooo

download

vvvvjs-nw-0.1.zip
20.08.13 [23:14 UTC] by fibo | 849 downloads
first experiment

alg 21/08/2013 - 09:22

Checked - working like a charm. But i think in this case, we just need a better structured website with this examples. What we can do with this offline version - access hardware, like arduino, dmx, etc.

Noir 21/08/2013 - 10:14

good experiment...
bravo gianlu

fibo 21/08/2013 - 17:35

@alg: I putted vvvvjs examples cause it was the simplest way to have something running quickly. It could be used to open local patches, or even to start a vvvvjs server without installing Node.js, just using the vvvvjs.exe; accessing hardware is a really nice idea !

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~3h ago

StiX: @karistouf abandon that particular ship, dont try to use the time liner >_<

~8h ago

karistouf: ok, merci joreg but helas no time for it. thanks again

~9h ago

joreg: @karistouf sources are open you can rebuild them to suite your needs

~10h ago

karistouf: no way to have the handles more biggers ?

~10h ago

karistouf: any trick to see better the points in TimeLiner SA ? banging my head just to find and click correctly this little white point ;-(

~7d ago

TonyMark: @u7 nice

~7d ago

cznickesz: Hey guys, is kinect still the best thing to go when ist comes to skeletal tracking?

~9d ago

hrovac: @u7: really cool!!