P5.js on Chromebook offline without Linux?

Is it possible to run p5.js on a Chromebook offline without installing Linux? I have added Web Server for Chrome and Material Neutron.

Is https://editor.p5js.org the best solution on a Chromebook?

1 Like

Yes, it is possible. Basically you want to save the page as an offline file:


This has worked for me in the past.

You could also probably create your own .html file using Text (Chromebook’s native text editor) and point to a local copy of the P5.js library. I haven’t tried this myself, but in theory it should work fine.

1 Like

Thank you!
I have been used to editor.p5js.org. That works fine for me.