Monthly Archives: November 2010

PDF Rendering Is Almost Ready

After poking around, it seems like PDF rendering might not be as far-fetched as I’d first thought. I’ve made some pretty good progress: WordCram can tell when the sketch is rendering to PDF.  This means the API is unchanged: you … Continue reading

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WordCram Release 0.3

WordCram 0.3 is here, and it has some nice improvements. Simpler to Use It’s easier to create a WordCram: instead of that long list of parameters, you instantiate it with your sketch, and then call methods on your WordCram to … Continue reading

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Blog Header by WordCram

Here is, more-or-less, the sketch I used to generate the new WordCram blog header. About half of the sketch is Processing setup and interaction, so I could keep running it until I found one I liked. When I get around … Continue reading

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WordCram Release 0.3 is Almost Ready

It may seem like October’s been a quiet month for WordCram, but the 0.3 release is almost ready. I just built a daily release (.zip, or .tar.gz) that has more javadocs, new examples, and some new methods that control text parsing: … Continue reading

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