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Processing Tutorials – Plethora Project

Processing Tutorials – Plethora Project is an initiative to accelerate computational literacy in the frame of architecture and design. It aligns with the "show me your screens" motto of the TopLap live-coding group attempting to get rid of Obscurantism in digital design. Directed by Jose Sanchez Contact me at : Bio: Jose Sanchez is an Architect / Programmer / Game Designer based in Los Angeles, California.

ICM-2013/ at master · ITPNYU/ICM-2013 Codes - GENERATIVE GESTALTUNG 2016-03-15RT @bndktgrs: 幸せなコーディング! Launched: Our #GenerativeDesign book has also a 🇯🇵 website now!👍 [Link] Cheers @BugNews! @Proce… 2016-03-05RT @bndktgrs: Our #GenerativeDesign book made it to 🇯🇵 #Japan! [Link] published by BNN @BugNews #veryhapy [Link] 2015-10-08Updated! All code examples of Generative Design should be ready for #Processing3 now!

New Free APCS curriculum using Processing and GitHub I found this on a mailing list last week. I haven’t looked to closely at it since we haven’t decided to go with AP CSP at my school yet but it sounds interesting. I posted my new APCS course that uses Processing and GitHub at: In my opinion, it's about as fun, friendly and accessible as any APCS course can get. I realized with the demise of the case study that I could teach the entire APCS course with Processing. Minimal configuration and easy to use software. If you are interested, I'd encourage you to work through the sample assignment that demonstrates the basic workflow. Each project comes with a README with specific instructions, as well as links to samples of student work. So check out and help yourself to anything that interests you. Art Simon Lowell High School San Francisco, CA

Fun Programming Introduction to Programming Course These sheets are to be used for the Introduction to Programming course - using the Processing language. This course is intended for the Media Technology MSc program of Leiden University, but is open to other students also. Processing is a language that is (still being) developed by Ben Fry (UCLA) and Casey Reas (MIT / Broad Institute). In fact, Fry and Reas won a Golden Nica for their project at the Ars Electronica 2005 festival. As a reference to learning computer programming you could find a suitable book or tutorial yourself. In this course the basic concepts of programming are covered. Begin programming: build your first mobile game — University of Reading Learn the basics of Java programming by developing a simple mobile game that you can run on your computer, Android phone, or tablet. Programming is everywhere: in dishwashers, cars and even space shuttles. This course will help you to understand how programs work and guide you through creating your own computer program – a mobile game. Whether you’re a complete newcomer to programming, or have some basic skills, this course provides a challenging but fun way to start programming in Java. The course will combine video introductions, on-screen examples, downloadable guides, articles and discussions to help you understand the principles behind computer programs and the building blocks that are used to create them. At the end of the course you’ll have a complete game that can be played on an Android phone or tablet, or even your computer. This course teaches the basics of programming and you don’t need any knowledge of coding to take part. Processing on the web - a tutorial If you run into the problem that your processing.js sketch doesn't work, and you checked Firebug (for Firefox), Dragonfly (for Opera) or webkit developer tools (for Safari and Chrome) while running your sketch, but they didn't help you figure out what's going wrong, what should you do? Following the next 11-step plan, you should be able to either fix things yourself, or if you make it to step 8, you have every right to come to our doorstep and ask us to fix whatever's wrong because there's a genuine problem with the Processing.js library! Before you start Before you start debugging, you want to make sure your code is in a state that will allow you to effectively debug it. 0) Just to be sure, do you want your code to be correct? yes: Great! 1) Do you mix javascript and processing in your files? yes: Skip to step (2). no: Skip to step (3). 2) Did you make sure to keep the javascript and Processing code separate, and link them using an interface? Debugging 3) Do your source files end in ".pde"?

Introduction to Processing Here's a discussion of structured programming and, more specifically, the structure of a processing program. Warning: There's a wee bit of misinformation in the video at about 13:55 about why the sketch is blank. I correct myself later. Watch for yourself: Structured Programming, Simple Animation from Albert Schueller on Vimeo. We discuss the notion of structured programming and the setup()/draw() structure of a basic processing sketch.