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· One min read
Yuri Sulyma

I've created the package desmos-react to provide a React wrapper around the Desmos graphing calculator, making it easy to create interactive demos declaratively. I also added TypeScript typings (although they haven't been merged yet).

Here's an example of using it in a video 👇 You can get the source for this demo from https://github.com/ysulyma/ex-desmos. This demo also shows off the upcoming captions support—you can enable captions by clicking on the gear in the bottom.

· 2 min read
Yuri Sulyma

rp-codemirror 2.0 has been released, bringing support for CodeMirror 6. This has much better accessibility and touchscreen support compared to CodeMirror 5. Here's a demo; you can experiment with the code yourself in the Playground tab:

· One min read
Yuri Sulyma

I'm delighted to announce the rp-master package, which brings two very exciting features: automatic rendering of traditional videos, and much easier thumbnail generation.

· One min read
Yuri Sulyma

Close on the heels of ractive-player 2.0, we now have a site with documentation and tutorial! Hooray!

The launch of ractive-player.org is dedicated to my friend Joel Adria. Joel and I have known each other since kindergarten; we started coding together as part of the Webmasters at Avalon Junior High, which is where I got my start in web development. Our most successful collaboration was the wildly popular Bearbook, a timetable-sharing Facebook app for University of Alberta students which in its heyday had over 9,000 users. Today is Joel's 30th birthday. Happy birthday, Joel!