[Haskell-cafe] Advice gfx library

Geraldus heraldhoi at gmail.com
Tue Jun 30 08:48:00 UTC 2015

Hi Mark!  Can you share a book name you mentioned?  I'm interested in
decoding MP3 to OGG and streaming these two formats online.  I'm going to
play with this stuff in the near future.

вт, 30 июня 2015 г. в 12:28, Nicholls, Mark <nicholls.mark at vimn.com>:

> Hmmmm
> No response
> Having dug around a bit, a sensible approach would be to use some sort of
> html5 library....html isnt my thing...i have a passing knowledge of
> websharper, something like that would be ideal.
> Create html5 in haskell
> Create javascript in haskell
> Best rendered to standalone client side html, i dont need all the
> complexity of a server
> I mildly overwhelmed with options any advice? Books to buy, tutorials to
> have a go at?
> Excuse the spelling, sent from a phone with itty bitty keys, it like
> trying to sow a button on a shirt with a sausage.
> > On 25 Jun 2015, at 08:55, Nicholls, Mark <nicholls.mark at vimn.com> wrote:
> >
> > I am interested in writing some real code now!
> >
> > What i could do with is a gfx library that
> > Can render mpeg/mov files
> > Scale
> > Transform etc
> > Is simple!
> > Runs on windows in some form
> >
> > Ive got hudaks book about multimedia, and understand the general
> reactive idea behind it....i want to build on top of that
> >
> > Ive nosed around gloss and grapefruit, but the mpeg piece seems missing
> from these
> >
> > Any ideas?
> >
> > Excuse the spelling, sent from a phone with itty bitty keys, it like
> trying to sow a button on a shirt with a sausage.
> >
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