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Processing Ebook A while ago I started writing a book about processing. This is the first Beta release - It's far from done but I crave for feedback - so please please please read it and leave a comment or drop me a mail :-) What should I change?
Studio SketchPad aims to be a open studio for individuals learning to sketch beautiful code on the web canvas. That’s pretty vague. How about something more concrete… Studio SketchPad was named after the two web technologies on which the application is built: the Sketch from Processing and the Pad from EtherPad . (The Studio metaphor used throughout the site was inspired by the writings of John Seely Brown, which I’ll save for another post.)
" But for consumers, the need for Java is probably going to be fairly rare. " That's what I call uninformed, un-journalistic opinion without evidence or data. " To Jobs, that means [cross-platform software are] coded for the lowest common denominator interface, which for him, means they're terrible. " Terrible opinion, indeed. Apple becomes more and more closed (although curiously they opened the iPhone a bit, after lobbying from developers).
** IMPORTANT NOTE ** Spaces within the path to the project folder can result in build errors (e.g. "error: SomeFile.h: No such file or directory"). If you are having problems building your project check that there are no spaces in the project path. iProcessing is an open programming framework to help people develop native iPhone applications using the Processing language.
pjs4iPad lets you create Processing.js apps that can be run and edited directly in HTML5 browsers and will run offline. Currently tested with Mobile Safari (iPad, iPhone, Android 2.1, iPod touch, Chrome). Each app includes a simple code editor so you can edit the code. Offline support is included through the use of the offline application cache and local storage.
From Processing The primary goal of this project is to make it foolishly easy to create Android apps using the Processing API. Once you have Processing on your machine (and the Android developer tools), you can simply write a line of code, hit Run (Ctrl-R or Cmd-R), and have your sketch show up in the emulator as a working Android app.
Oct 02, 2010, 6:00 PM UIC Innovation Center Processing.Android: Open-Source for Mobile Innovation Julio Obelleiro + Jorge Cano + Shawn Roske: Cing, Creative coding bridging Processing and C++ This presentation will introduce Cing, an open source library for creative programming which bridges the elegant and intuitive syntax of Processing with the power and flexibility of C++. Cing allows innovative and accessible experimentation with advanced capabilities such as 3D, Physics or Computer Vision.
Accessing information from the Twitter API with Processing is easy. A few people have sent me e-mails asking how it all works, so I thought I’d write a very quick tutorial to get everyone up on their feet. We don’t need to know too much about how the Twitter API functions, because someone has put together a very useful Java library to do all of the dirty work for us. It’s called twitter4j, and you can download it here .
Finding which the images are, in a particular directory on a filesystem, can be a little tricky. So I’ve put together some code which helps with this. The code here is in two parts: - The listFileNames() function, takes a directory url, and returns a String array of filenames/urls in the directory. - The findImgFiles() function can be used to take the file listing output of listFileNames() and return only the files which are image files.