Haiku.Fluctuface 1.0.0.1-alpha

Expose static float variables to Fluctuface.Server. Live edit said variables with Fluctuface.Client iOS app on local network.

This is a prerelease version of Haiku.Fluctuface.
Install-Package Haiku.Fluctuface -Version 1.0.0.1-alpha
dotnet add package Haiku.Fluctuface --version 1.0.0.1-alpha
<PackageReference Include="Haiku.Fluctuface" Version="1.0.0.1-alpha" />
For projects that support PackageReference, copy this XML node into the project file to reference the package.
paket add Haiku.Fluctuface --version 1.0.0.1-alpha
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#r "nuget: Haiku.Fluctuface, 1.0.0.1-alpha"
#r directive can be used in F# Interactive, C# scripting and .NET Interactive. Copy this into the interactive tool or source code of the script to reference the package.
// Install Haiku.Fluctuface as a Cake Addin
#addin nuget:?package=Haiku.Fluctuface&version=1.0.0.1-alpha&prerelease

// Install Haiku.Fluctuface as a Cake Tool
#tool nuget:?package=Haiku.Fluctuface&version=1.0.0.1-alpha&prerelease
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Fluctuface

Live-edit variables in your desktop application with an iOS app.

This is a prototype; it does enough to live-edit floats but it's probably not very stable and there are no tests.

Three components:

  1. Fluctuface.Server Build and publish to a folder and run locally. When your application starts it will send the exposed variables to the server via a named pipe.
  2. Fluctuface Include this library in your application, mark assemblies with the FluctuantAssembly attribute and static float variables with the Fluctuant attribute. Call FluctuantPatron.Instance.ExposeFluctuants() when your application starts. See the SampleApp solution for an example.
  3. Fluctuface.Client A Xamarin app that connects to the server on the local network and creates a slider for each exposed variable. Adjusting the slider will change the variable in your application.

Fluctuface

Live-edit variables in your desktop application with an iOS app.

This is a prototype; it does enough to live-edit floats but it's probably not very stable and there are no tests.

Three components:

  1. Fluctuface.Server Build and publish to a folder and run locally. When your application starts it will send the exposed variables to the server via a named pipe.
  2. Fluctuface Include this library in your application, mark assemblies with the FluctuantAssembly attribute and static float variables with the Fluctuant attribute. Call FluctuantPatron.Instance.ExposeFluctuants() when your application starts. See the SampleApp solution for an example.
  3. Fluctuface.Client A Xamarin app that connects to the server on the local network and creates a slider for each exposed variable. Adjusting the slider will change the variable in your application.

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Version History

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1.0.0.1-alpha 154 10/6/2020
1.0.0-alpha 107 10/6/2020