Processing 1.0

Processing, the open source programming language designed for artists and other creative types, finally went 1.0. Processing inspired numerous outpourings of creativity and beauty, from interactive art installations to sound sculptures. Improvements to Processing include OpenGL anti-aliasing, an extensible Tools menu, and the XML library included by default. You can read up on the changes or download Processing and start playing with it yourself.

[via Create Digital Motion]

18 thoughts on “Processing 1.0

  1. I have the same error as timour, launch4j: “An error occurred..” only with Processing 1.0 not with 0148. Someone knows a solution?

  2. And the science get’s done, and you make a neat gun,

    For the people who are still alive!

    See what you started?
    Oh, and ‘a’: I think it’s “hard to overstate” not “hard to always”

    I’ll have to check this out.

  3. yeah, it’s ‘hard to overstate my satisfaction’

    Ya know, I don’t think this is meant to compare with demo scene code. Just a neat artistic tool for graphic arts perhaps.

  4. Processing is great for making webcam applications. I for one am excited about the new release.

    I’m being so sincere right now.

  5. I’m not impressed. Unless the programmers make it as powerful as Flash’s Actionscript or as simple as RenPy, I don’t see any future for it

  6. @captain: 3 years ago when I first time tried processing I had the same feelling as you. But now, I regret not taking it seriously back then. For one thing I’m sure is that, Processing is more powerful than actionscript because it’s Java. And I recently found out, it’s much easier to programme compared to actionscript. You won’t know how good it is unless you go and try it yourself.

    @timour: for the launch4j error, I’m having the same problem. I suspect it’s because I changed the preferences before. I accidentally found out if you just double click at the .pde files, precessing starts properly.

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