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Socoder -> Off Topic -> P5.js Language

Mon, 10 Oct 2022, 07:50
AndyH
Playing with p5.js, primarily to help my son with something. Anyone used this before? Ps: rediscovered it due to that coding train guy on YouTube, who did that Apple BASIC snake video...he covers p5 a lot.

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Mon, 10 Oct 2022, 07:50
Pakz
I have a book for that language. "The nature of code" this can be read freely online too.

From what I understood. The coding train now uses javascript.
Mon, 10 Oct 2022, 08:22
Jayenkai
Haven't seen that before.
Looks easy enough, though.
Good luck

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Mon, 10 Oct 2022, 10:49
AndyH
Yea, the coding train guy is a bit energetic but you watch a few videos and it seems its just him, rather than being put on, and the content is pretty interesting.

Lots of good javascript with p5 videos, which is perfect for my son. Conways life and snake were the first two I watched and they're enough for any beginner to get started without being boring or too dry.

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