Getting Started with Processing.js

May 10, 2008 Processing.js has been everywhere the past few days, but I didn't notice too much assistances for Javascript neophytes getting started with it, so I put one together while playing around a bit with it this evening.

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Processing.jsの使い方

May 26, 2008 Processing.jsの目的と使い方について。最初、ちょっとだけ「なぜ面白い」という質問に答えて、後で簡単な例の作り方を説明する。

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Design of Processed Tower Defense

May 18, 2008 A look at the two main design patterns used to implement Processed Tower Defense, a simple tower defense game implemented using Processing.js.

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Three Processing.js Examples

May 14, 2008 The past couple of days I have been putting together a few Processing.js examples, and wanted to share them. They are all implemented via the Javascript api, and involve some level of human interaction.

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Updating Processing.js Graphics via Ajax

May 20, 2008 A look at an example of using Ajax to create synchronized and dynamic graphics. To keep things simple the backend creating the data is a one line php script, but the concept applies equally well to real services.

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Using Javascript to Control Processing

May 11, 2008 A look at translating Processing code to use Javascript as a control language and Processing.js to handle the hard stuff.

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Sparklines in Javascript With Sparklines.js

June 26, 2008 A simple but flexible library for creating sparklines in JavaScript that I put together earlier this week.

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Updates to Processed Tower Defense

May 28, 2008 I ended up working a bit more on PTD, and have added some important new features: different types of creeps and the ability to upgrade towers. Hopefully it'll be a bit more interesting now.

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Updates to Sparklines.js

June 30, 2008 There are a few updates concerning Sparklines.js, the most important of which is that it has a public repository for those who are interested in contributing (or just critiquing the code). I have also begun extending the scaling logic to be less nonsensical for charts whose data doesn't start at zero.

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