Of late, most of my programming experience has been in Processing, and more recently I have been wanting to branch out a little deeper in to some JavaScript, since they are slightly related.   I was just wondering, as my recent searching has turned u...
I connected an Arduino to my laptop using USB, and I can read the serial data using Processing.  Is there any way to get this data in real time into a local webbrowser? For example, a text field that shows the value from the serial port? It does not...
Seeking some advice how to best handle the following situation, I am a sole-programmer.   I am currently developing a C# Winforms application, new functionality that I am writing allows a user to create Processing.js sketches for data analysis purpos...
Following the collision between a ball from an array and an object (rectangle), the ball doesn't seem to have the same bounce affect as it has when it hits the ground.  When coming into contact with the object, it seems to pick up speed and sudde...
I am using the Processing API to draw an image to my HTML canvas, which I can use later in the code. The JavaScript code that I have is:  var sketchProc = function(processingInstance) {   with (processingInstance) {      /* @pjs preload="images/h...
Im working on a sorting visualizer using p5.js, and I need to know if its possible to slow down merge sort so it can be drawn slower. Im currently trying to use the sleep function below to slow down they merge function, but I get      Uncaught TypeEr...
I basically want to know how global variables work in a javascript/JQuery environment. I am most familiar with a language called processing which I've been told is java-based. I expected variables in javascript and JQuery to behave like the ones...
I downloaded the just released Unfolding Maps for Processing 2.1 and the examples work fine in Java mode but fail to run in the JavaScript mode. Is there anything which can be done to make them JavaScript mode compatible?  The error I'm getting i...
In mousePressed, I need the value of aNumber, but I can't pass mousePressed(int aNumber).. so I need some sort of global to remain modified when theNumbers is called via javascript..   int number = 0; int theNumbers(int aNumber) { //aNumber = 1,...
I want to achieve something like an infinite drag like the one in Konva js Can anyone help me with this. I try varius things but non of them were ok. Im new in p5js and javascript. Please for any hints. Only this element prevents me from completing t...

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