Martin Kleppe has created tixy.land, “the most minimalist creative coding environment” as he calls it
I especially like how the site starts off with some simple examples that are directly rendered. Within a few clicks you’ll get why it’s called
In a true code golfing style,
Noah Doersing created
(t,i,x,y,z), which adds a third dimension to it:
The best part of tixy is that your code snippet can be persisted in the URL, and therefore shared 🙂
(t,i,x,y,z) Source (GitHub) →
Reminds me of the
aforementioned CHOC and Bret Victor’s Learnable Programming.
One of the assignments of one of the courses I teach requires my students to let a cube fall in a Three.js environment. To teach them about
how something falls I used Choc to visualize and explain the process of falling per tick of the animation.
The final code is available on CodePen.