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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.

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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

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