Welcome. My name is Scott Downe, I am in my 5th semester of cpac.
My non programming related interests include comics, painting, puzzles, video games, eating (I have a passion for food and cooking) and sleeping, breathing, etc.
This is my blog and you are currently viewing my project page :)
My irc nick is scott. I am usually in #processing.js and #seneca channels.
Porting processing to the canvas
For this project, I will be working with Processing.js. Basically, allowing Processing programs to be developed, and run directly in HTML, through the use of the HTML canvas tag, retiring Flash and Java applets. This way, users can browse the web, view animation, run games, look at digital art, all without having to download and install any additional plug-ins.
Scrap that, I will be debugging bug #226 and implementing some automated test cases for it.
For 0.3, I'll attempt three bugs.
The rest of the processing.js team.
- Project: processing.js
- Revision Control: GitHub
- Bug Detection: Lighthouse
- 0.1 - Finsihed: #226 String parser
- 0.1 patch checked in.
- automated test code for string parsing checked in.
- #230 mouse scroll wheel support awaiting review
- 0.3: #133 private keyword
- Basically, trying to perfect the class parsing was my mission in 0.3.
- I changed my bug for 0.1 to bug #226. I did this out of pure fascination.
- I finished 0.1 as detailed in my blog post.
- Awaiting review for #230 mouse scroll wheel support
- ticket #133 is being pushed to 0.3 from 0.2
- I finished 0.2 as detailed in my blog post.
- There was a lot I did for 0.3 that isn't acceptable. I explain this in my 0.3 post.
- My 0.3 blog post.
- Thunderbird lab blog post