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Processing.js at Seneca

posted Apr 28, 2011, 5:40 AM by James Cordiner   [ updated May 1, 2011, 6:44 PM ]
Seneca College's BSD program has actively involved with building Processing.js - a Javascript based version of the Processing library that we have been using with Python in ICS3U and ICS2O.

Processing is a simple and powerful graphics system that started out as a Java based application. Developers have brought it to other languages including Python, Ruby, Javascript. This is an exciting development as it is a great starting point for building graphics based application.

<<  Asteroids anyone? Running in browser using Processing.js

Seneca has been involved with the Firefox and Mozilla projects for quite a few years. Processing.js already has some really exciting applications being built on top of it - see the processing.js website