Monthly Archives: September 2017

Wrapping up

The lectures are coming to an end an next it’s time for you to do the assignment. Just some final notes, recap and further pointers for you left. First a little cheat sheet of what the things we’ve learned so … Continue reading

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JS files for day 5

https://we.tl/zsJpI9Z3Lf

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Sound file

https://we.tl/ojc8ePkDSB

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JS files for day 4

https://we.tl/gqb2QVxYma

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JS files for day 3

https://we.tl/Yl3ofwRSGu

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JS files for day 2

https://we.tl/Q9njLqO5au More or less what we had at the end of day 1, plus library bug fix.

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Introduction to Javascript

JS, ie. JavaScript, is in a lot of ways quite similar to Processing… …But not quite. JS is a general-purpose web programming language with dynamic “duck” typing, leaning heavily towards object-oriented paradigm, with a C-like syntax. This is going to … Continue reading

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Code files for JS day 1

https://we.tl/VDBmwACaom

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Additional Processing exercises

More little Processing exercises. Not obligatory, just for rehearsing the topics we’ve covered. Example solutions included, but try first on your own. Simple graphics. Create the familiar smiley face using the graphical capabilities offered by Processing. smileyface.pde Variables. Declare two … Continue reading

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6. Types and conversions

Let’s start with a nice little trick: instead of running your sketch, present it to make it fullscreen (shift-command-r). Decimal numbers (desimaaliluvut) So far we’ve used only int type for our calculations. Often the precision is not enough: for example … Continue reading

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