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.
node-webkit = Chrome + Node.js
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.
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.
@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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