There’s no reason I couldn’t have used the
js object instead of
node.script (initially I pulled in some libraries to do the math for me), however, I find ES6 more expressive than whatever dusty old version (ES5??) is running in the
The interface is very simple, add some parameters and ranges, set the resolution and hit calculate. Then you can iterate through all of the combinations and route them. In theory should also work with any combination of primitive types, so perhaps its useful if you wanna combine a bunch of strings/arrays/dictionaries etc.
The repo contains a patch demonstrating how it can be used.
Hope someone else finds it useful or interesting!