Mobile App Development [Processing, Android, Tutorial]

Those of you who have read this blog before will know that I do most of my work using Processing, an open-source programming language that was specifically created for artists and designers. It’s easy enough that you can learn the basics a day or two, but powerful enough to use for any number of applications, ranging from interactive installations to architecture to generative visual systems, and beyond. I’ve used it to visualize huge sets of data, to design a 1000 square-metre playground, and to create hundreds of small digital ‘sketches’. Over the last few months, Processing has gained yet another appealing attribute – you can now use it to quickly and easily create apps for mobile devices that use the Android operating system.

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