Workshop: Processing in Eclipse with Proclipsing

Event Type: 
workshop
Start Date: 
4 Feb 2012
Hours: 
12PM-3PM
Cost: 
Free
Venue: 
Eyebeam
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Join Eyebeam Resident Matt Parker for a workshop in Proclipsing. Proclipsing allows you to easily create a Processing project in Eclipse and easily export it to an application or applet.

Eclipse is a more advanced Java editor that allows you to do code completetion, refactoring, debugging, and tracking of changes. It's the most widely used Java editor and makes it much easier to create large applications, rather than simple sketches.

Processing is a free, open source programming language & development environment that was created to teach the fundamentals of computer programming within a visual context with artist-users in mind.

Proclipsing was created by Brian Ballantine, Daniel C. Howe, and Matt Parker.

Click here to learn more about the benefits of Proclipsing.

This free workshop will be offered twice:
December 3, 2011 at 12PM-3PM
February 4, 2012 at 12PM-3PM

 
Projects: Lumarca
People: Brian Ballentine, Matthew Parker
Research: Open Culture
Tags: Processing