Custom Data Structures

Welcome back on the blog! It’s been a long time since the last post I wrote. Today I want to talk about another advanced and hidden feature of Bifrost: Custom data structures. These can be used in your graphs or inside your compounds, and they can be quite useful with

MJCG compounds 2.0

MJCG compounds 2.0 has been released! It is a big feature release with a lot of new compounds, graphs, enhancements and bug fixes. You can download it here:

Bifrost Strands

Today I’m going to talk about Bifrost strands. Strands can be intimidating at first, but dealing with them is actually quite straightforward. The purpose of this blog post is to make you familiar with the strands data structure, the different methods that you can use to manipulate its data, and

Profiling in Bifrost

In this blog post, I wanted to show you how you can monitor the performances of a Bifrost graph, sections of a graph, and even individual nodes. Currently, there isn’t any built-in profiler, or visual timing indicator within Bifrost’s UI, but we still have the ability to monitor performances using

Enum in Bifrost

For my first blog post, I wanted to share something that has remained unknown by most Bifrost users. That is, how to create your own enums in Bifrost. Today I’ll teach you how to do it, but first of all, what the hell are enums? Enum is the abbreviation of

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