Brute 0.3.0 – Now Supporting ClojureScript

Brute has a few new features with this new release. The most exciting is that thanks to the cljx project, and the hard work of Martin Janiczek, Brute now supports both Clojure and ClojureScript!

There are also a couple of new features, including an implementation of update-component that takes a function and arguments to allow you to functionally change data within the system (Thanks to Yair Iny).

For example:

Also, if you have a function that you only want to happen every n milliseconds (a physics library, for instance), you can now throttle system functions.

For example:

Hope you enjoy these new features, and as always, feedback and pull requests are always welcome!

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