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Processing in JavaScript · 05/16/2008 06:16 PM, Tech

There have been a slew of recent programming languages aimed at “graphical designers” instead of programmers. Flash is one that has grown powerful, but Sun is pushing JavaFX and the MIT Media Lab created Processing. Both of these last require the Java JVM.

These languages are not fully baked scripting languages, but are instead focused on making it easy to draw imagery and visualize basic data. Animation, 3d motion, other graphical issues are reduced to script commands to make it easy to create images.

In a labor of love, John Resig has converted the entire Processing Language to run in JavaScript in a browser.

Suddenly, easy and powerful graphics are available to any web page running in a modern browser without the need to dip into Flash, and of course, since its all JS, other JS libraries can work with these capabilities.

Just to whet your appetite, look at the molten bar chart.

Very cool.

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