Top chef Théo !

Le 19 juin 2013 19:59, "Théo de la Hogue" <theod@gmea.net> a écrit :
Hi Tim !
5 or 15 minutes it's short for live patching demo ... 
but if you prepare some patchers before it can be possible. 
here is the recipe :

- prepare 1 model with a parameter, a message, a return, an in and an out
- prepare 2 different views for this model (simply changing the way informations are displayed)
- then in another main patcher, instantiate this model twice (connected to some message to deal with the model like any other external) and each view (connected to some model/address messages to dynamically change the model they bind)
- you can also put many clients like send or receive (using wilcard, binding to attribute), namespace, cue, … depending of the time you have (for 5 minutes send and receive should be enough)

- then, when you bring the dishes, present the main patcher, open the model to show the way it is coded inside.
- then, use the views, change the model they bind and use them again. make people focus on how informations are synchronized.
- then, open the views to show the way it is coded inside
- then use the clients

if the people wants a dessert, (prepare) and show the benefit of j.modular to show the MVC principle can be extended to network client.

bon appétit !

Best,
TO

Le 19 juin 2013 à 18:01, Timothy Place <tim@74objects.com> a écrit :

Let's pretend you have 5 minutes to show Jamoma 0.6 to some Max-savvy people.  How would you do it?  What would you show?  In what order would you do it?

Now Let's pretend you have a little longer, maybe 15 or 20 minutes...  How would you demo Jamoma 0.6?  Have any of you developed a "script" (ha ha) for how you present this?

Thanks in advance!
+tim

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