Object Builder [ReDuX]
The online version is up there as well; it looks something like this:
To run the app you'll need a webserver of some sorts. I used to use Pow because it's dead simple to setup
on a new machine. Pow automatically serves static files in the
public directory so once you've configured the app
as a Pow site it should be working. Nevertheless, since CodeKit 2 was released, I've been using its internal web server though, since it's one less thing to worry about.
I use the Nimbus Sans Extended font from Typekit so you'll have to configure your own Typekit
account if you want to use that. You'll need to replace the script in the
_type.kit file (or directly in
with your own Typekit code.
The miscellaneous outputs (languages) are rendered using Eco templates which are compiled with a Cake command:
> cake eco:compile
- Add a Copy Code button to the output
- Add a way to save an object and create others
- Background graphic from Subtle Patterns