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I am new to processing and only able to code simple applications with processing at this moment. However, I have some ideas for a processing library, and wonder how to start learning toward this goal of creating my first processing library.
I found myself lack of knowledge of comprehending details in libraries Basics in github . Neither the handbook by Reas and Fry and LearningProcessing by Shiffman seemed to teach building libraries. Does it mean a newbie need to learn building libraries for processing from elsewhere, like a course in Java? Is it possible for a newbie to learn building processing libraries within the realm of processing without going out to learn another course of Java? (I am glad to learn Java if it is what takes to build a library)
What would be a natural learning path to take for a newbie who is at the moment just able to create simple apps in processing to create a library for processing?