Tutorials and examples for the Doodle framework. (by nacular)


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  • Using multi-touch and file drag-drop to make a simple photo viewer using Doodle (a pure Kotlin UI framework for the Web, that lets you create rich applications without worrying about Javascript, HTML or CSS) | 2021-05-04
    Thanks for the feedback on improving the docs. This and other Doodle apps work atop Kotlin and can be KMM or single-target. One of those targets needs to be Javascript (browser) to make something runnable in the browser. They build using gradle tasks that are present when using the kotlin("js") or kotlin("multiplatform") plugin configurations. These result in tasks like jsbrowserProductionWebPack or browserProductionWebPack for KMM and JS-only respectively. These generate Javascript from the Kotlin and output it, along with the HTML and resource files included in the project directory structure. Here is the HTML file for the PhotosFullScreen app. There is a bit of custom build stuff for these demos to avoid including a main function in them directly, so they can be treated as libraries by the DocApps app. It is the one that generates the JS that can be included in the documentation for the site. Otherwise, the all the apps would have their fullScreen functions simply be main and include an HTML file in their resources directory that points to say Photos.js. | 2021-05-04
    The fact that it is a normal web-app, means you can write JS-specific code that accesses other browser objects, like the Navigator. Take a look at how this is done in the TodoMVC example. That app creates a Router concept and provides a JS-specific implementation. | 2021-05-04
    The output is Javascript, and it runs in the browser like a regular web app. You can see the JS file (created by the Kotlin build) and the HTML used to load the app here. The HTML file is a part of the project. This is the default setup for a Kotlin JS app. So a new project will auto-generate this HTML file when created in IntelliJ.
  • Multi-touch with Doodle | 2021-05-03
    See how to easily use multi-touch and file drag-drop to make a simple photo viewer using Doodle. Doodle tutorials is a good place to see in-depth examples of how to build apps.
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    I tried both example apps from here:
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