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    Michelle Valentine

    2 years ago
    Hi folks! I wanted to share what I’ve been working on at Airtable - a new way to build apps! Today, Airtable is kicking off the developer preview of Custom Blocks with a $100,000 developer contest. With Custom Blocks, we’re letting developers increase the power of Airtable by building highly composable components on top of our end-user-friendly real-time database. Now you can spend 100% of your time focused on what makes your app unique and leave the rest to Airtable. The best part? Custom Blocks are built with Javascript and React. You can leverage npm’s 1,200,000+ modules to build almost anything you can imagine. Get all the details: https://airtable.devpost.com
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    Prathyush

    2 years ago
    I tried to put together a list of all these newfangled Xanadu style “networked notebooks” that are coming out. With the help of Raghuveer and some friends I think I have made a somewhat comprehensive roundup, but I’d love to know if I have missed out any cool ones here: https://github.com/prathyvsh/networked-notebooks
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    ibdknox

    2 years ago
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    Nikolas

    2 years ago
    Hi community. Who here is currently or was in the past working on turning their FoC project into a business? I'm considering it and would love to talk to somebody who has some experience with going in that direction.
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    vitorio

    2 years ago
    Did anyone see the OpenAI code generation demo during Microsoft Build this week? Write a function name and a comment and OpenAI generated Python code that does that thing, and keeps context across functions?
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    Daniel

    2 years ago
    Hi all I'm working on DataPipes a flow-based editor for macOS. That is kind of my tribute to QuartzComposer that introduced me to the idea of flow-based programming. I always wanted to use this approach to something else than graphics - and here it is. The main idea is to use flow-based approach to dealing with data without touching code and as a result make it easier to use real(istic) data in the design process. Here is the short screencast of the current alpha version, any feedback highly appreciated! PS: If you think the app is worth your attention please join early access list at https://DataPipes.app

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0t7pv2FbDxk

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    user

    2 years ago
    How many SLOC is your FoC project, at the moment?
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    Mike Cann

    2 years ago
    Hey guys. I have been going through listening to all the podcasts from the start because I find this whole topic deeply fascinating and want to make sure im up to date with everything before I start contributing here. I have one question however. In episode 3 "Inventing on Principle" with Jonathan Leung. @stevekrouse and Jonathan discuss a whole bunch of really interesting things but Jonathan talks about an app I think he calls "Workflow" that he uses whenever he works on a task to help him structure how he tackles the problem. He mentions that he has shown the technique to many other people and they have all adopted it since. I would love to know more about this App and / or technique. Does anyone have any sources?
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  • curious_reader

    curious_reader

    2 years ago
    Thoughts?
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  • daltonb

    daltonb

    2 years ago
    Are there any artists in the same headspace as folks like Alan Kay and Bret Victor, and who are exploring the “future of coding” through paint, sculpture, multimedia, etc?
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