Tamarind - A WebGL shader editor
Tamarind is named after the tamarind fruit, which is not connected in any meaningful way with WebGL, but is delicious in aromatic currys and cocktails. I suggest that you use lowercase tamarind as a component in a whisky sour cocktail to add flavour complexity, and uppercase Tamarind as a component in web applications to remove shader development complexity.
You can run demos and tests from the HTML files in the dist folder. For development, including live reloading of code changes, use:
git clone https://github.com/BernieSumption/tamarind.git cd tamarind npm start # this will start a local development server and print out the URL