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How to install Mode villares.github.io/como-instal

Processing is a Free and Open Source (FLOSS) programming platform started in 2001 by Casey Reas e Ben Fry, widely used by artists and to teach coding in a visual context. The Processing IDE is a text editor for code that can quickly execute your programs, called sketches.

Standard Processing is Java based. The Processing Foundation also supports:
- P5*JS (a JavaScript library );
- Processing Python Mode (Jython based).

Woa, so many cool people to follow! And somehow I ended up on this list \o/

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OK, after a few frenetic hours and wonderful generosity from you, here's an unfiltered, compiled list of nearly 200 accounts to check out: docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d

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Flat is a " infrastructure in " library xxyxyz.org/flat that now has an examples repository, a PR from me adds links to some brilliant examples by @aparrish mostly in (did I say brilliant enough times?) Jupyter notebooks: github.com/xxyxyz/flat-example

Thank you @aparrish! Thanks to your brilliant & generous work I have made my first web based SVG generating sketch using glitch:
glitch.com/~sketch-2020-09-03a

Hi @aparrish have you perhaps published more examples? mastodon.social/@aparrish/1013
I'd really love to see any scene/mesh example... I even opened an issue on GitHub asking about examples...

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most beautiful PCBs 😍 - thanks @Bleeptrack@twitter.com

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How to install Mode villares.github.io/como-instal

Processing is a Free and Open Source (FLOSS) programming platform started in 2001 by Casey Reas e Ben Fry, widely used by artists and to teach coding in a visual context. The Processing IDE is a text editor for code that can quickly execute your programs, called sketches.

Standard Processing is Java based. The Processing Foundation also supports:
- P5*JS (a JavaScript library );
- Processing Python Mode (Jython based).

With one line of code, let's print all the wall types used in a BIM project. Powerful, blazing fast: process hundreds of megabytes of BIM data in a split second. Here's today's code snippet, to help you on your way to Go , Go :

[print(wall_type.Name) for wall_type in ifc_file.by_type('IfcWallType')]

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@villares happy to share it
It would just require me to write some documentation

Actually, to put things into meaningfully labeled directories first... Let me get back to you.

Until then, I have a few designs on thingiverse already. thingiverse.com/zoe1337/design

Today I will present (in Portuguese) some works by the japanese community of creative coders using the hashtag. I will post some links at: garoa.net.br/wiki/Noite_de_Pro

Digital tools are increasingly being used to facilitate abuse via surveillance and monitoring of partners, says a new paper by @schneierblogs and @karen_ec_levy.
EFF's @evacide tells @TheRegister it's time for software and hardware vendors to step up: theregister.com/2020/06/11/ins

There's little proof that immunity passports will stop COVID-19 from spreading, but plenty of evidence and history showing they can exacerbate social inequities and threaten our information security. eff.org/deeplinks/2020/05/immu

RT @eff: New declassified information says what we suspected all along: the NSA's Call Detail Records program is invasive, expensive, and p…

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