I’ve been meaning to post this update to Gemma for a few days, but then I got to thinking about it and about what it means so I’ve held off for a while. When I first heard about Gemma I was quite intrigued by the idea of it, but I didn’t really get it. When I saw the latest release it started to fit into place though. So what’s in the latest release? I’ll tell you.
- Overall Improvements
- Minor bug fixes
- GemmaLib launch (for developers)
And this GemmaLib intrigued me, so I headed over to the Gemma site, clicked on the link for ‘developers‘ and watched this video.
Which was to say the least very impressive. So now we have a number of different options available for anyone who wants to use Pd. We have Gemma, we have MobMuPlat, and of course if you’re interested in developing a full app you can take a look into libPd.
It’s all starting to make a lot of sense right? But all with Pd at the core. What’s more, if you’re a zMors Modular user you can use Pd patches there too. So is it really worth it to learn Pd? Could be that now’s the right time.