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One of my goals with the School of Creative Software is to make the field of creative coding more accessible. One way to do that is by offering workshops to a wide array of people. Another way is to create code libraries. A code library lowers the bar of entry for everyone by creating pieces of reuseable code that anyone can use.
artsupply is a utility library for creative coding. It is the first open source codebase from the School of Creative Software. I created it sometime last year with every creative coding function that I use in my personal art stack, see version 0.0.4. For version 1 I decided to prune the functionality back to a smaller and more focused set of code. The hope is that over time I continue to add creative coding algorithms to it and watch it grow organically. But for now this is enough. Check out the docs and let me know your thoughts: github.com/schoolofcreativesoftware/artsupply.
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