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Jared Forsyth
@jaredly
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Jared Forsyth
@jaredly
@lapanoid preliminary support for Kefir --> http://jaredly.github.io/rxvision/examples/playground/kefir.html . Just a few functions implemented, but it's not long now
Sergey Lapin
@lapanoid
!!! Cool, can't wait to play with this, if only there wasn't happy birthdays every day for whole week :smile:
Sergey Lapin
@lapanoid
@jaredly could you use something crossplatform (based on node) for building rxvision (gulp for example)? Windows does not have make by default, so I am dealing with cygwin now just to build - seems like pretty high barrier to build and use rxvision for windows users
Jared Forsyth
@jaredly
hmm yeah
Sergey Lapin
@lapanoid
good things are easy to get used to=) node, what are you doing with me?)
Sergey Lapin
@lapanoid
Now easiest way I guest to install mingw, add bin folder to path and do this http://stackoverflow.com/a/12885705
Jared Forsyth
@jaredly
crazy. yeah, I'll get a gulpfile together
make is just so darn convenient
Sergey Lapin
@lapanoid
Maybe it is your background tell you;)
Jared Forsyth
@jaredly
yup. linux is in my blood
Sergey Lapin
@lapanoid
IMHO gulp is awesome and you get power of node and npm
and crossplatform of course )
arrr this way still dont work =(
mkdir -p build
browserify -r react -r react/addons -o build/react.js
process_begin: CreateProcess(NULL, browserify -r react -r react/addons -o build/react.js, ...) failed.
make (e=2): The system cannot find the file specified.
Makefile:9: recipe for target 'build/react.js' failed
make: * [build/react.js] Error 2
Jared Forsyth
@jaredly
gimme a sec to get this gulp + webpack thing together
Sergey Lapin
@lapanoid
Yeah sure, I am just trying to hack this
Funny thing that my office machine works fine because I solved that make thing somehow before and forgot how I did it)
Jared Forsyth
@jaredly
Ok @lapanoid, I redid things so it's just using webpack -- let me know if it works now. npm install and then webpack. make not required!
Sergey Lapin
@lapanoid
@jaredly yeah, thanks - now build is easy.
Jared Forsyth
@jaredly
awesome
Sergey Lapin
@lapanoid
@jaredly Hey, I observed your code just a little and as far as I understood u process code in some evironment to render this http://goo.gl/19Qq0Q ? Is there any oportunity to debug living complex highly dependent kefir code? I have some data prosessing on node and basically I want to say "hey please trace everything that happend with this prop and its childs", after that some data would be sent to some middle server and I will see it on localhost:3333 for example. I cannot extract every time my code with all environment and dependensies to your playground.
Jared Forsyth
@jaredly
@lapanoid yes, the "tracking" and "visualizing" parts are well-separated in the code. You can record info and then serlialize it up to be then visualized later. Tracer.dump() exports the data.
André Staltz
@staltz

@jaredly can you guide me a bit to use rxvision for the first time? (not on the demos but on an existing rx app) is it as simple as adding

    <script src="../../vendor/rx.all.js"></script>
    <script src="../../build/rxvision.js"></script>
    <script src="../../vendor/d3.js"></script>
    <script src="../../build/viz.js"></script>

?

David Sancho
@davesnx
Hello guys!
I can't figured out how to implement the graph in my actual codebase of streams!
Can someone help me a little bit? :P
David Sancho
@davesnx
Hi @jaredly, do you have a minute for me? :smile:
Samuel Rounce
@srounce
Hi all
Samuel Rounce
@srounce
@jaredly trying to implement a chrome devtools extension on top of RxVision
how hard do you reckon it’d be to make rxvision/viz more require()’able?
Samuel Rounce
@srounce
nvm gonna git submodule
Markus Werle
@daixtrose
@jaredly Hello and congrats for rxvision which I find really cool. Are there any plans to create an npm module? Having this tool within an Angular 2 / Typescript environment with the ability to visualize what's going on directly in the app would be really, really cool. Could you please tell a little bit more about your plans?