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Teaching the Processing language with interactive shapes

Copyright 2020 Maryam Maleki

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  1. Maryam Maleki

  2. Steve DePaola

As my final project in the Computational Arts and Design course at SIAT, I decided to contribute to the Processing community by adding interactivity to the reference page of the website, www.processing.org/reference. From my own experience, I found it very useful to be able to change the values and see the result right away, and also choose a result and see what inputs produce that result, without having to copy the code and run it locally.

See the project here and read more about it here. (The first link only works in a Java-enabled browser such as Safari or Firefox.)

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