- Reasonable mobile support
- Composable plugin system (Thank you real data structures!)
- Youtube/Vimeo/Image embed
- /me support
- RGB/Hex color embed
- Collaborative music player and queueing system
- Real-time narrowing search across people, media, music, and messages
Getting the project
git clone https://github.com/sgrove/omchaya.git cd omchaya
Omchaya is just for local usage right now. Try a couple of commands:
@mention-a-name /play <url to an audio-tag-compatible source (mp3, etc.)> rgb(r,g,b) #hheexx or #hex Any youtube/vimeo/img/link will be picked up Basic pastie support is there
ctrl-/: Open the history player
ctrl-esc: Open the state (Ankha) inspector in an in-app window
ctrl-1: Change the path to display for the state inspector window
I don't have Clojure, but I still want to see it!
Use the demo branch:
git checkout demo scripts/run_server.sh open http://localhost:9000/dev.html
This will compile the CLJS code to JS once and start the server hosting the assets.
Start the auto recompiler for the CLJS code:
lein cljsbuild auto
Serve the assets:
python -m SimpleHTTPServer 9000 open http://localhost:9000/dev.html
- Rendering all done via Om/React
- Each component sends app-logic events to router via core.async channels
- State transition managed centrally via controller
- Imperative/side-effects restricted to post-controller
Facebook React Devtools Support
Omchaya uses Om
> 0.5.1 to implement
IDisplayName for components, so we can take advantage of the Facebook React Devtools
> 0.8 to see the structure of your web app in terms of the components you expect.
Here's an idea of what it looks like - notice the name of the tags shown:
Omchaya is released under the MIT license, see LICENSE for further details.
Copyright (c) 2014 BUSHIDO INC. unless otherwise mentioned.