I did not even think to extend it that way! What a cool suggestion. Right now I
am working on a macro as defined here, since there are times it makes sense to
list dependencies explicitly https://github.com/zyrolasting/kinda-ferpy/issues/2
Now if I could get a #-notation to support explicit
This is pretty cool. With a non-OOP option on the table, I might
finally get around to working on an IMGUI-like for Racket.
Have you thought about a reader extension to compress the notation?
The `stateful-cell` function kinda acts like a box and kinda looks
like a `syntax` (or
And then I just noticed you had sent such an email immediately after ;)
Christopher Lemmer Webber writes:
> I'm definitely interested in reactive patterns, so please give me a
> heads up with whatever you have whenever :)
> Sage Gerard writes:
>> Nice, I'll actually be competing with a
I'm definitely interested in reactive patterns, so please give me a
heads up with whatever you have whenever :)
Sage Gerard writes:
> Nice, I'll actually be competing with a flavor of MaiaVictor's library
> for reactive models. Time travel is a great add!
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I didn't see a response from any chromebook+racket users.
Were you able to find a way to run Racket/DrRacket on your Chromebook?
I'm not a chromebook user but my limited experience is the linux installer
This is a good (free) course that takes you the lates best practices of JS
(getting more functional), react and then react native.
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