here is a work in progress to render a max patch with html5 canvas.
it does not support most ui objects yet, but it is still useful to take a quick look at the compressed code people share on this forum.
I hope you find it useful.
oh my god.
this is amazing!
congratulations, and thanks.
Man, that’s pretty awesome.
Fantastic!! Good job!
Awsome, can we run them in the browser :)?
@bareimage :) for your viewing pleasure only
Yeah Nice work !
Booo !!!! :) Apetite is growing for Maxmsp.JS :)
If they can do it with VVVV why can’t we do it with MSP
But seriously nice work. This can become grate tool for visualizing max msp patches for educational sector.
Thanks for your supportive comments.
I recently added support for subpatchers and [coll] data with mouse click, as well as more UI objects.
holy cheese balls thats cool.
tried in chrome, but doesnt work. but works in safari.
brilliant, just brilliant.
@leed: I primarily work on chrome, so it should work there. can you share the patch that did not work, or tell me what exactly it is that did not work? I would like to take a look and fix, if possible. thanks a lot.
i just simply made a [bline] object and copy compressed it, then pasted to your little creation.
i will try again. might have mis-seen it
oohh, looks like its working now. must have been some spooky computer oddness.
So, Max web devs: when does this feature go live on the forums?
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