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Emscripten, Polymer, Express, needle, Bootstrap, node.js, json5, an external Emscripten translation server
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Emscripten uses SDL, not Web Audio. I'm sorry that it didn't work for you, but I would love some insight on why that gives me 1 star. Did you not even try it in another browser?
The website is a service. It acts as an interface to the translation server for the client side scripts which you can download. The server does quite a bit on this application, and I wish you would reconsider your vote.
You must download Emscriptifier because otherwise you'd have to write the code to make translation requests to the server manually.
Any feedback to go with the low votes?
Interesting and cool experiment, but not very useful IMO. Relies on remote central service making it more vulnerable to code injection and latency. This is basically an emscripten compile server and a code injector. As I said, interesting experiment, but I'd like to see a 100% client thing... :).
Yes a client side Emscripten is definitely the next step. This is just a demo of the whole idea. Anyway, thanks for checking it out!
I would say that this is more of a demo of the concept of the direct integration of C++. I agree that getting a client side Emscripten is the next step, but that was too much for the weekend. The 1's are harsh, but hey, thanks for checking it out!
Ok, I see how its ok for the purpose of demo -- maybe I was a bit harsh, but I would say that client siding should be the #1 priority if you keep on working on this.
I definitely agree. Clang has already been ported to js, so it should be possible https://github.com/kripken/clangor
Thanks again for checking out the project
It's really great for audio processing at the very least. It's much much easier to do cross browser DSP this way than using HTML5 audio right now, or at least I think so.