So I need to be able to run a processing script without having java installed. Is it possible to run it in the browser maybe? I need to be able to run it on a different device other than just my own as well, if that matters at all. Thank you in advance
To run Processing (for java) you definitely need java.
But if you have processing installed you implicitly have also the rolled out java with it.
If you want to run s.th. in a browser you can use s.th. like p5js (but have several js, resp. browser restrictions).
What exactly is your usecase?
So im developing a game for a competition at school that I have and it requires to run the game as a standalone with no additional installations necessary. How exactly would I use p5js and would it be possible for what I need?
Hi @3xotic109 ,
Here a starting point for p5js (see the several topics and examples):
In the end you then have most probably a structure like
mygame/ (main folder)
mygame/data/ (folder for resources, ie images, etc)
mygame/lib/p5.js (the p5js module/library)
mygame/sketch.js (your code)
mygame/index.html (bundle and start your code)
The (ie mygame) folder then can be copied to the ie. pc (or extracted by ie zip) and can be started by clicking index.html