An Editor for Processing

An Editor for Processing


This is a simple Processing Editor for Android.

Just simply write some Processing code (as in "standard" Java-based Processing), and execute your sketch!

This app features:
- load sketches from SD card
- save sketches to SD card
- paste sketches to a public pastebin
- convert Java-based code to Javascript code (see Processing.js)
- save converted Javascript to SD card


Please note that this app is not affiliated with the Processing project or the Processing community.


This app is free, and it used to contain ads.
It does not not contain ads anymore.

This app is now opensource, and will remain on a free model.
You can check the code on Github:
https://github.com/kwipi/An-editor-for-Processing-Android

If you like this app, please check our other apps in order to to get the "donate" version of the app. We would really appreciate if you could donate in order to help us make a better app!

Many thanks to the people who bought the app as it was a paid app, you all encouraged us to keep on working on the app!

Please rate this app if you like it.




Keywords:
Processing, Java, JavaScript, Processing.js, PDE, PJS, SD card, converter, IDE, sketch, sketches

Recent changes:
1.2
- fixed minor bugs
- fixed dialog closings


1.1
- remove the ads!
- introduction of the pastebin
- correction of autosize of code areas
- introduction of dialogs in the app
- credits and licenses
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Free
84
4.2
User ratings
151
Installs
10,000+
Concerns
0
File size
572 kb
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About An Editor for Processing
This is a simple Processing Editor for Android.

Just simply write some Processing code (as in "standard" Java-based Processing), and execute your sketch!

This app features:
- load sketches from SD card
- save sketches to SD card
- paste sketches to a public pastebin
- convert Java-based code to Javascript code (see Processing.js)
- save converted Javascript to SD card


Please note that this app is not affiliated with the Processing project or the Processing community.


This app is free, and it used to contain ads.
It does not not contain ads anymore.

This app is now opensource, and will remain on a free model.
You can check the code on Github:
https://github.com/kwipi/An-editor-for-Processing-Android

If you like this app, please check our other apps in order to to get the "donate" version of the app. We would really appreciate if you could donate in order to help us make a better app!

Many thanks to the people who bought the app as it was a paid app, you all encouraged us to keep on working on the app!

Please rate this app if you like it.




Keywords:
Processing, Java, JavaScript, Processing.js, PDE, PJS, SD card, converter, IDE, sketch, sketches

Recent changes:
1.2
- fixed minor bugs
- fixed dialog closings


1.1
- remove the ads!
- introduction of the pastebin
- correction of autosize of code areas
- introduction of dialogs in the app
- credits and licenses

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A Google User
May 28, 2014
Very good
A Google User
Mar 2, 2014
Excellent job Could have been better if the typing screen was bigger so that we can see the previous written code all at once and output screen should be a little bigger and this app should be better optimized for tablets.
A Google User
Feb 2, 2014
Good app, easy to use This app accomplishes the basic tasks i need it to. However, there does seem to be an issue with the input where it oftentimes adds the last letter i typed automatically in caps to my last input so that i always have to go back and fix it manually. There is also an issue of automatic capitalization when starting a new line. May be an error on my end, but if not, this should get fixed soon as it is very annoying and time consuming.
A Google User
Jan 20, 2014
Needs work Functional. Runs sketch but doesn't have a method to pause or stop execution. Also the editor itself isn't good for coding (has auto-capitalization, no syntax highlighting, etc...).
A Google User
Jan 17, 2014
Great Great app!