The video below is a quick introduction to the Tao language: The source code is accessible on GitHub. You can download Tao Presentations from the Taodyne web site if you want to try it yourself.
Mozilla Firefox, Chromium (the open-source variant of Chrome) and WebKit (the basis for Safari) are all great examples of open-source software. The Qt project has a simple webkit-based web browser in their examples. So that's at least four different open-source web browsers to choose from. But what does it take to actually build them? The TL;DR … Continue reading Building all the major open-source web browsers
I've been really trying to use LLDB for a while now. Not that I really want to, but Apple went out of its way to make sure I had little choice. Not only is LLDB the default on MacOSX now, but GDB is really hard to make work on that platform as well. Can you imagine you … Continue reading LLDB is a piece of crap (update: maybe it’s clang) (update 2: it’s actually ccache)
In Animation and 3D: the web is doing it wrong, I argue that the way the web does animation and 3D is completely bogus and deserves to die. With Tao Presentations, we offer a dynamic document description language that lets us write shorter code that is much closer to storytelling. We'd like to bring this to the … Continue reading Animation and 3D: the web is doing it wrong
La SNCF affirme ne pas pratiquer l'IP tracking, J'ai du mal à y croire. Il y a quelques minutes, ma femme va sur le site Voyages SNCF, et demande un billet Paris-Antibes. Prix du billet: 80€. "Attention, dernières places à ce prix", bien sûr. Mais à un moment, elle fait une erreur, et décide de … Continue reading La SNCF en flagrant délit d’IP-tracking
Everything is broken and no one cares This post from Dear Apple is just so true, and so clearly on topic for Grenouille Bouillie! Have we reached the point in complexity where we can't make good quality products anymore? Or is that some kind of strategic choice? The original post is mostly about Apple products, … Continue reading Everything is broken and no one cares
In this screencast, I show how you can build a dynamic, real-time clock in less than 10 minutes with Tao Presentations.