Noob java – max question
Many Thanks for any replies
Thanks Charles, guess I’m better of learning C then
What is it you want to do anyway ?
Well, I wanted to make something in Max (ideally) and then somehow have that running in a browser – I got excited about Native Client from google but realised it only supports native code C and C++. So I guess I back to being faced with learning one of those or Flash
The only problem I see is that it might mean I just need to learn Jscript and max becomes redundant anyway?
That question is impossible to answer without knowing what this is all about.
hi guys, i take it this answers my similar question of:
if you write an external in eclipse with java, can it run inside that compiled application/applet and interact with the code?
im using java/processing for an audio based game and wondered if for example a granular sampler could mangle the bg music when the player dies? i kind of assumed you cant since there isnt any info on it but im not sure what with using eclipse etc
thanks in advance
In short no! :)
Think about both (Java and JS) as a kind of (programmable remote-control) to Max/MSP/Jitter.
So even if you write a Max Java class and you would manage to implement this class in your processing environment you still don have the Max/MSP functionalities inside processing.
So you cannot "import" the sound engine of Max into Processing by using Max-Java Classes.
I don know much about processing at this point but it seems to be a Java-Framework with a focus on visualizing data…
So it would be most likely possible to interact between Processing and Max – but this would be in a more indirect way i.e. by sending data from one app to the other via a network.
Hey, i would reallllly appreciate if someone can help me out pleasee.
Well, i have the java code written, with the interface and sounds(predefined) in eclipse…
But now, what i wanna do is send that sounds from eclipse to max msp, so that i can process that sound with effects through that max msp patch!! How to do that? HELP!!
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