Ruby-processing

Ruby-processing

Ruby-Processing is a Ruby wrapper for the Processing code art framework. It's this thin little shim that squeezes between Processing and JRuby, passing along some neat goodies like: * Application exporting of your sketches. Hand them out to your party guests, ready-to-run. * Live Coding via JRuby's IRB. Loads in your sketch so you can futz with variables and remake methods on the fly. * Bare sketches. Write your Ruby-Processing sketches without having to define a class. Without defining methods, even. * A "Control Panel" library, so that you can easily create sliders, buttons, checkboxes and drop-down menus, and hook them into your sketch's instance variables. * "Watch" mode, where Ruby-Processing keeps an eye on your sketch and reloads it from scratch every time you make a change. A pretty nice REPL-ish way to work on your Processing sketches.

Rubygem ruby-processing

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Releases
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Current Version
2.4.3
Released
2014-02-25 00:00:00 UTC
First Release
2009-01-17 05:00:00 UTC
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Github jashkenas/ruby-processing

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Last commit
2014-04-08 18:19:02 UTC
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Submitted Type Title
2011-12-11 13:17:03 UTC
by Martin Prout
Blog Post
learning-ruby-processing.blogspot.com referencing Ruby-processing 2  

Comments

Martin Prout wrote 2013-06-01 19:07:54 UTC:

For latest developments on ruby processing grad development version here

Martin Prout wrote 2013-06-25 06:49:49 UTC:

I have since merged my development version into the original ruby-processing project, development is very much active current version 1.0.13 (not yet available from rubygems) is based on processing-2.0.1 and JRuby-1.7.4

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