+1 for P5 and Dan Shiffman. Check out The Nature of Code for a bunch of cool tutorials and projects!
I was just hanging out with @shiffman
Great stuff @aspittel
. I'm also impressed the page isn't all that laggy for me with all this stuff going on.
ITP is kind of my dream program. And SFPC.
I created Pencil.js for this kind of use. I learned p5.js a while ago and became frustrated by the syntaxe. I love OOP and it make a lot of sense in the graphical realm.
Check out the examples.
This is awesome and thanks for sharing one of my little projects! Mine was made during a workshop with Tim Holman, he is awesome as is his generative artistry project!
And working with canvas inspired me to do some other drawing based stuff, like the post I released this week on audio visualisation in React.
This article reminds me weavesilk.com/
Brilliant article! Thanks.
Thanks for a great intro. Thats what i was looking for.
Very cool. Love to see more takes on the artistic side of development, and the potential of programming as a creative outlet.
Thanks, that is awesome!
Cool, thanks. Looks like something to spend a few evenings with. :)
You always have the most interesting articles Ali. Keep being awesome.
Thank you so much!!!
Fantastic post Ali! I have been trying to get into more of this type of work on my own projects as I believe it adds another level of engagement for audiences. Keep up the great work.
Yeah! I totally agree -- especially interactive elements to sites. Thanks!
Another parallel question is how to generate short HQ AVI file from JS show on canvas?
I haven't worked with an AVI file before with canvas, sorry!
I just started playing with Canvas the other day!
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