Getting Started by Casey Reas and Ben Fry Welcome to Processing! This introduction covers the basics of writing Processing code. Level: Beginner Overview by Ben Fry and Casey Reas A little more detailed introduction to the different features of Processing than the Getting Started tutorial. Level: Beginner Coordinate System and Shapes by Daniel Shiffman Drawing simple shapes and using the coordinate system. Level: Beginner Color by Daniel Shiffman An introduction to digital color. Level: Beginner Objects by Daniel Shiffman The basics of object-oriented programming. Level: Beginner Two-Dimensional Arrays by Daniel Shiffman How to store data in a matrix using a two-dimensional array. Level: Intermediate Images and Pixels by Daniel Shiffman How to load and display images as well as access their pixels. Level: Intermediate Curves by J David Eisenberg Learn how to draw arcs, spline curves, and bezier curves. Level: Intermediate Strings and Drawing Text by Daniel Shiffman Learn how use the String class and display text onscreen. Level: Intermediate 2d Transformations by J David Eisenberg Learn how to translate, rotate, and scale shapes using 2D transformations. Level: Intermediate Trigonometry Primer I by Ira Greenberg An introduction to trigonometry. Level: Intermediate PShape by Daniel Shiffman How to use the PShape class in Processing. Level: Intermediate P3D by Daniel Shiffman Developing advanced graphics applications in Processing using P3D (OpenGL) mode. Level: Advanced PVector by Daniel Shiffman How to use the PVector class in Processing. Level: Advanced Anatomy of a Program by J David Eisenberg How do you analyze a problem and break it down into steps that the computer can do? Level: Advanced Android Mode by Jer Thorp How to use Processing to develop Android mobile applications. Level: Advanced Processing in Eclipse by Daniel Shiffman Write Processing code in the IDE for Java developers. Also, learn how to make classes that are not inner classes (.java) Level: Advanced Links: http://www.eclipse.org/

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