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Jason Rice
@ricejasonf
Cool project! I have a similarly intentioned project that focuses more on state management via stores with a heavy use of metaprogramming. https://github.com/ricejasonf/nbdl/blob/master/test/nbdl/webui/renderer.cpp
Daniel Bischof
@dbischof90
Hey guys
Is this chat active? I have a couple of questions
Matteo Basso
@mbasso
Hi Daniel, sure, I hope I can help you 😄
Daniel Bischof
@dbischof90
Hey :)
So I just found your project and find that quite cool
Although I wouldn't be using it - I'm a Rust user, not C++
But Rust also has very strong WASM support, so I sticked at your side.
Have you ever tried to render a graph via WebAssembly?
I have a little tool any would like to develop a JS-like FrontEnd for it. I'm having quite some performance constraints and a juicy-fast line plot that doesn't break when a couple of 100k points are in memory would be neat. Sure that can't be processed so it would be less points anyways but all these rerenderings can/could be done quite efficiently on the Rust-side (
C++) in your example. I was curious how you solved that in your project?
Matteo Basso
@mbasso
I've never tried to render a graph with WebAssembly before. Have you a snippet of code that you can share? I think that you can render an SVG using asm-dom
If you want to do some experiments I've just create a repository to use asm-dom without configuration, a simple boilerplate to start coding immediately => https://github.com/mbasso/asm-dom-boilerplate
Ahmad
@ahmad_smiles_twitter
Hay!
I wanted to ask how are you formating CPX format. Is there any extension for VS Code or any other Editor?
Matteo Basso
@mbasso

Hi @ahmad_smiles_twitter, unfortunately no, at the moment there isn’t an extension for any editor. I’m now working on asm-dom@0.6.0 and a new version of gccx to support fragments and ref. I think that I can learn more and develop an extension for VS Code after that release. However, if you have some informations about that or you’d like to contribute, you welcome 😄

P.s I’ve just seen your issue on asm-dom-boilerplate, it’s an interesting idea, I’ll reply as soon as possible, this evening.

Ahmad
@ahmad_smiles_twitter
I was just checking if there was already anything before I started working on it myself. I'll share If i get somewhere.
Thanks.
Matteo Basso
@mbasso
Awesome!
Let me know if you have any questions