With Rocky.js and CloudPebble I got to build my first Pebble WatchFace without having to learn C or whatever it’s normally built in.

The only WatchFace I use has been the original text watch face (and now there are a lot of them out there), but I kinda wanted to build my own (and I love the Zork calendar, so I wanted to add that too).

Because Rocky.js helps port JavaScript to C, it doesn’t allow for all the regular commands I would use for JavaScript (like d.getFullYear() % 4 != 1 to get see if the year is divisible by 4), but you get the idea.

Here is the code: