Good exercices on JS in MaxMSP?

    Jul 29 2010 | 10:54 pm
    Anyone has good exercices to study JS. The tutorials are not sufficient for me and the examples are not that clear. I would like to have some more examples that are well explained

    • Jul 30 2010 | 1:40 am
      Check out this post that asked something similar. Lots of the links are references rather than tutorials and none of them are max specific. My own examples aren't online any more, the hosting expired recently and I haven't renewed it. However if you think it might help to take a look I can zip it up and send you an email.
    • Aug 05 2010 | 4:41 am
      as trite as it sounds, project driven learning is pretty efficient. true, you don't become well rounded immediately, but i don't think that happens with only lesson based learning either.
    • Aug 10 2010 | 1:19 am
      @ Luke hall, my email is Thank you very much
    • Aug 10 2010 | 2:19 am
      Here are three example JavaScript objects for Max that I wrote for someone who is a total beginner. The tasks the objects perform are very simple, but the scripts contain lots of comments, so they should be of some help to you if you need some basic instruction.
    • Aug 14 2010 | 10:29 am
      Hello Luke, I need to progress in javascript. Is it possible to send me your examples? My email: puygranier.olivier(at) Best regards
    • Aug 29 2012 | 4:38 pm
      @Christopher Dobrian thanks, your examples help me a lot ! :)
    • Sep 05 2012 | 9:01 am
      autowatch = 1; inlets = 2; outlets = 2;
      // Max special functions var msg_int = function (v) { post("received integer value :", v ,"n"); };
      var list = function (a) { post(arrayfromargs(arguments),"n"); };
      // get properties of all objects var bang = function () { this.patcher.apply( function (a) { var colProps = Object.getOwnPropertyNames(a); if (colProps) post(colProps,"n"); } ); }
      // js typed array work in Max but not in OSX jsc function testtypedarray() { // eg. var colBytes = new Uint8Array(32); var colBytes = new Uint16Array(32); }
      // Dict Object if you don't know before function dictionary(dict_name) { var d = new Dict(dict_name); var keys = d.getkeys();
      if (!keys) { // If no keys (or empty dictionary) post("no keys","n"); } else if ((typeof keys) == (typeof "string")) { // If dict have only one key post("you have one key","n"); } else if (keys instanceof Array) { // If dict have more than one keys post("you have more keys","n"); }
    • Sep 11 2016 | 10:36 am
      @Luke Hall Hi, I'm a beginner with js. Can you please send me your own examples at Thank you.