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May 3, 2010 AT 4:10 pm

Web based Processing IDE

Pt 2871
Web based Processing IDE using Processing.js and Bespin) via waxy. Web based Arduino IDE should arrive soon 🙂


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2 Comments

  1. I couldn’t find the actual link for the sketch site in your post, it’s: http://sketch.processing.org/

    There’s actually been a web based processing engine on the processing.js site for a little while: http://processingjs.org/learning/ide

    They’re both about the same excepting that the latter can be paused during execution and the runtime output is always on the page in a fixed height and width box. If either one of them brought in some file i/o they’d be super handy. 🙂

    It would be neat to see a web-based arduino IDE! Whatever sort of goofiness they would have to do to get a web based app to have access to the usb port is what worries me about that route, though.

  2. I couldn’t find the actual link for the sketch site in your post, it’s: http://sketch.processing.org/

    There’s actually been a web based processing engine on the processing.js site for a little while: http://processingjs.org/learning/ide

    They’re both about the same excepting that the latter can be paused during execution and the runtime output is always on the page in a fixed height and width box. If either one of them brought in some file i/o they’d be super handy. 🙂

    It would be neat to see a web-based arduino IDE! Whatever sort of goofiness they would have to do to get a web based app to have access to the usb port is what worries me about that route, though.

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