A bunch of Clojure Quil examples based on Daniel Shiffman's Nature of Code video channel on Vimeo.
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natureofclojure

A bunch of Clojure Quil examples based on Daniel Shiffman's Nature of Code video channel on Vimeo.

Check out the videos on Vimeo.
Seriously, check them out, they're great.

Caveat

I'm probably going to base this on the videos, as opposed to the website/book. This is for no better reason than that I've read a lot of the book already and want to watch the videos now.

Go buy the book if you haven't alreaddy. Seriously, buy it, it's the decent thing to do.

Usage

These sketches require the Clojure Quil library, for working with Processing.

Install dependencies in root dir:

$ cd path/to/natureofclojure      
$ lein deps

You can view these example sketches by running them from the repl. I use Emacs and the Cider nREPL. If you have the same setup you can just start a nREPL process and eval the sketch buffer.

Starting with Chapter 3, part 4, I've started working with Quil Middleware and Functional mode. This is how you get it to run.

;; go to buffer for the example you wish to run
C-c M-j                ;;  M-x cider-jack-in
C-c M-n                ;;  M-x cider-repl-set-ns (optional)
M-x cider-eval-buffer  ;; keybinding?

;; Make changes
C-c C-e                ;; M-x cider-eval-last-sexp
                       ;;  This hot-reloades your changes.

Helpful buffer commands for working with nREPL:

M-C-x (eval form under point in repl <-- allows live coding!!!)
C-c C-z (switch to repl buffer)

See others at the nREPL README.

License

Copyright © 2014 Pas de Chocolat, LLC
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 2.0 Generic License.