How To Craft Your Processing Sketches in Eclipse

The new release of Processing 2 has introduced many new great features, not just to the language but the IDE as well, I love the IDE improvements and it does exactly what is means to do, it is a sketch book. You open the application and start coding straight away, hit play and you see your work running instantly, its pretty awesome. But as I spend more time working on a project and it grows and get more complex I need features that the Processing IDE is lacking. Fortunately, the Processing language allows you to use a different IDE and that is the objective of this tutorial - to help newcomers to get their Processing programs up and running in Eclipse and show how to take advantage of some of its great features, like code auto-completion, code hints, quick fix, great syntax colour themes, among others.

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