On chrome it's fast as hell, even with ~40+ of those person figures. On FF, it starts to noticeably slow down from 5+, so yes, I can imagine safari has similar issues to FF.
random question: who's using Sindre's refined github extension?
We've recently passed 2K stars and 300 commits. Good job everyone (if anyone's still reading this chat :smile: --- maybe we should have gone with Slack after all?).
I still using this
Good job guys
Discord would be a better choice I think
Fernando Alava Zambrano
Hey guys, quick question because I'm not sure
Is excalidraw Supported on Firefox ?
Fernando Alava Zambrano
Specifically shareable link part
Gah, it seems the quick question was answered quicker on GH :)
Hi guys! re: native desktop app. Who'd rather have it built-in as custom webview in vscode? I've done some work on that front. I think ExcaliDraw similar to this Vega Viewer extension could be cool and handy. Let me know if you want to chat about it some more. Would not take more than a few days to scaffold if ExcaliDraw webapp is well designed and has good api for exports, etc. ... https://marketplace.visualstudio.com/items?itemName=RandomFractalsInc.vscode-vega-viewer
also, I did a quick search in VS marketplace, there are not good drawing apps there :) So, we can fill in that gap if you'd like ...
I would recommend you come up with distinct json file name extension if it's custom, like .draw.json, or .scene.json if that's what you call those configs. & create a json schema for it. Then many things can be done with it in vsode and other IDE's for hand coding, validating, previewing and saving those drawings ...
the nice part about doing vscode ext. instead of standalone Electron desktop app: you can rely on vscode provided tooling and other extensions to save drawing local, share them via gists in GistPad, or live share them. Who is in? :)
I am actually building something similar for Uber's keplerGL maps: https://github.com/RandomFractals/geo-data-viewer so, if you look at that feature list you should get a good idea of what I propose you do for your scenes/drawings in vscode ext. ... Let me know if you want me to scaffold that setup for you ;)
some load/export hooks refactoring might be required on your webapp, but we'd only need a JS api to load a drawing config and options to override your export functions for local saves, sharing via gists, etc. I can talk more about it, if above sounds good so far
btw, cool app. I've done something similar in Flex many summers ago :) with the resize handles, etc. would be fun to revisit it with you in JS ...
I do like wiredjs too. I think you guys should integrate it as well for forms and other UI elements beyond your basic drawing stencils ...