On Fri, Feb 24, 2017 at 08:25:21AM -0600, Erik Gustafson wrote:
> and also javascript (json, frameworks, ...)
> Now we're talking! I think PicoLisp would pair nicely with some of the
> popular libraries and frameworks. Joe built
> https://github.com/joebo/pil-mithril-scaffold. A similar project for React

Interfacing with JavaScript is indeed quite simple.

In addition to the built-in stuff in @lib/form.js (including a JS lisp()
function which calls a Lisp function on the server!), or @lib/canvas.js for
canvas drawing, I interfaced to the TinyMCE editor (also in the distribution, in
@lib/tinymce.l) for some projects, e.g. https://BlitzMenu.7fach.de

Another example are the social privacy buttons (used in picolisp.com or
sushi.7fach.de), available in http://software-lab.de/socialshareprivacy.tgz.

♪♫ Alex
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