p5.js web ide
This was a prototype for a Web IDE designed specifically for the p5.js community. It adapts the p5.js Desktop IDE (originally by Sam Lavigne, GSOC '14) for the web, with inspiration from Gene Kogan's p5 Sandbox and many other projects. The goal is to make it easy to create, browse, share, and remix creative code sketches directly from the browser. Create an account and start sketching!
Github Repo: https://github.com/therewasaguy/p5js-webIDE
Website (demo): http://p5ide.herokuapp.com/
- fork the repo
- Run a local MongoDB and set the address / database name in
app-server/settings.jsor in a .env file
- Register an application with GitHub and set the GHSECRET and GHCLIENT variables in
app-server/settings.jsor in a .env file (this is required in order to login with GitHub)
- In the console:
git clone <your fork>
- Install all dependencies:
- Install gulp globally:
sudo npm install --global gulp
gulpto compile all of the modules from /app into /public
- Run the server:
Development is taking place on the dev branch.
Initiated by Jason Sigal for Google Summer of Code 2015, with mentorship from Daniel Shiffman and contributions from Craig Pickard, Boram Kim, Sam Lavigne, Gene Kogan, Leslie Lin, Pamela Liou, Eozin Che, Sepand Ansari, Jerel Johnson, Lauren McCarthy and many others in the p5/Processing community. Check out the Web IDE Brainstorm on Hackpad and feel free to join in on this open source project.