Hey- I don't want to start a flame war, but I haven't gotten a complete answer from anyone I talk to- people usually only know one or the other. I'm working on a new project that combines live input and some generated graphics. Max is a great way to quickly develop most of the functionality, but the generative functions are going to be better built in a traditional environment like js/java. I've dabbled in Processing, and it's amazing, especially in terms of community / resources, etc. I've seen some incredible work made with it, too.
Obviously, depending on the application, each have their benefits; my question is this: solely in terms of performance, which is faster? I'm guessing, with some tweaking, processing could outpace jitter, but if jitter objects are multi-threaded, as I've read, wouldn't that be a huge perk? How far can you go with js/mxj?
Does anyone have experience working have both?