iProcessing and Processing.js - resources

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Today I found out a way for people to write iPhone applications using Processing: http://luckybite.com/iprocessing/

iProcessing is an open programming framework to help people develop native iPhone applications using the Processing language. It is an integration of the Processing.js library and a Javascript application framework for iPhone.
This took me back to the Javascript for Processing site: http://processingjs.org, where I found a web-based integrated development environment (IDE) where you can type code in Processing, test it live, and download the Javascript version, ready for embedding in your web page.  (Look ma, no Java!  It works on my iPhone in Safari!!)

And that site led me to http://hascanvas.com - a site for live creation and sharing of Processing sketches online.

(Without  some fussing, I'm not sure about getting Javascript to display well on this blog - the errors are mine, I'm sure, but I'm too sleepy to debug, so the image above is static...) 

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