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I apologise if this question has been answered somewhere; I couldn't find anything.
I've got a simple mouse-operated sketch that uses the controlP5 library. Is there anyway to run this on an iPad, and have the mouse inputs replaced by touch inputs?
Perhaps search for iPhone, instead? Don't forget to search from the main site, don't use the search of this forum.
Can Java run on Apple mobile devices (iOS), now?
Nope. Maybe there is a gui for processingjs but I doubt it.
I think you can processingjs on an iPad (www.openprocessing.org) but you need to make your own gui-elements.
Another option is learn CoffeeScript Mode and get a JS GUI library instead! >:)
Well, Guido is said to be JS compatible, actually.
I know that rare cross-mode library! But it doesn't implement any graphics elements at all!
It's just a register event library! :-@
Well, the examples provide implementations of button, checkbox, list, slider, so it is quickly usable, and it leaves room for improving their look (a bit primitive, out of the box...).
I had the impression we'd have to draw those GUI elements by ourselves! #:-S
Wait, I still got that impression. I don't see any drawing methods from that lib! [-X
"the examples provide implementations of [GUI elements]"
Indeed you have to draw them yourself, in your sketches. I was just saying you don't need to reinvent the wheel, as a default implementation is provided. But then, nothing prevents you from drawing nicer components...
I'm just saying that when some1 is looking for a GUI library, he/she expects something akin to ControlP5 or G4P!
Guido is merely a register event library! I bet it's not what @vmln8r is looking for by a long shot! :@)
Nonetheless, for being a cross-mode library, it's a praise-worth feat by itself! o->
But since there's no complete GUI cross-mode library yet,
again I recommend learning CoffeeScript mode and look for a JS GUI library instead!