Jamie continues exploring the bounds of relational programming by implementing a CRDT in both SQL and Imp, a language of his design.
Have you ever wanted to write your own Unix shell? Here's a concise walkthrough.
Jamie walks through his process implementing a text CRDT in SQL and in his programming environment, imp.
A collection of posts about building developer tools, including why you might want to work on them; how to identify good opportunities for new tools; common pitfalls when building them; suggestions for building good tools; and much more!
A tool for exploring the API of Slate, a framework for building rich-text editors.
Read more about it on Jake's blog here: https://jaked.org/blog/2021-02-26-Slate-Explorer
And check out the code here: https://glitch.com/edit/#!/slate-explorer?path=README.md%3A1%3A0
A fun L-system visualizer written in p5.js. Play with it at the link above and check out the code here: https://github.com/addiebarron/dead-tree.
This is a fun, simple blog post about mathematical intuition.
A web API for sensor reading data written in OCaml using the Dream framework.
"Did you ever wish your document editor were more like an IDE? Your IDE more like a spreadsheet? Your spreadsheet more like a database?"
Francis collaborates a WebAssembly-based GraphQL client—live on stream!