processing.js, day 2

Filed under Open Source, Processing.js, Seneca College

I had a major crash course on IRC last night with F1LT3R and Dave last night on JavaScript and processing in general.  My run of students didnt exactly get a steller professor for our JavaScript course so most of us are lacking solid JavaScript skills.  It was easy enough to pick up though aside from a few little things it’s not bad.

The processing language and concepts are making a lot more sense now and I think I understand pretty well even after only two days. I’m sure there is a lot more to learn but for now at least I feel comfortable enough to be able to start writing functions soon.

Friday I’ll be redesigning my first pass at shorten() to work for arrays of objects and then I’ll be starting expand(), nfs(), nfc(), and unhex().

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