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GIMP filters in asm.js loo997 06 May 18:52
  GIMP filters in asm.js JeanieALindsley 30 Apr 12:09
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   GIMP filters in asm.js HumbertoVaughan 18 May 22:14
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2014-05-06 18:52:22 UTC (about 7 years ago)
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GIMP filters in asm.js

Can anyone create filters GIMP version asm.js?

2021-04-30 12:09:42 UTC (3 months ago)
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2021-05-12 15:53:23 UTC (3 months ago)
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Hello, I am also a developer but I did not use this filter so I don't have any knowledge about it. But I develop a site https://translatehub.org/average-translation-rates/ so I am thinking to use this filter on this site. This site is related to language translation so if you need any translation help then please visit this site.

2021-05-18 22:14:18 UTC (3 months ago)
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By the way, you can find a couple of tutorials on YouTube in which the authors show how to create filters for the asm.js version, personally I managed to find a lot of such videos there and I noticed that in most cases they were posted by accounts to which more than 12 thousand subscribers were subscribed! I am sure this is because the authors of such videos used the services of https://viplikes.net/buy-youtube-subscribers to quickly increase the number of subscribers.

2021-05-18 22:15:02 UTC (3 months ago)
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I'm not as excited for this as I used to be. In most user applications JavaScript is good enough or better. If it wasn't then we wouldn't be taking the browser to make desktop applications. Recently I decided to make a desktop app and asked around about the different UI libraries. The answer I keep getting is "just use electron and JavaScript". Why? Because love it or hate it the Dom is fantastic and simple for making UIs that are interactive and reliable. And you can't beat JavaScript for manipulating the Dom. The only benefit I can think of that benefits is specialized software like games or scientific analysis/simulation. But for what most users want, JavaScript is fast enough. The example I keep hearing is "imagine gimp in the browser" but it's already possible to make a gimp like application in the browser using things like canvas and the file api.