Processing (language) sketch in Geogebra book?

Timo Budarz shared this question 4 years ago
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I have been creating an engineering physics GeoGebra book for a few years now. I am interested in including other animated, interactive graphics that would complement GeoGebra's quite well. They are based on the language Processing. A link for how to add processing sketches to standard websites is here: http://cs.nyu.edu/~kapp/cs101/processing_on_the_web/

I wonder if there would be a way to embed such sketches in my book, or if a way could be found for me and other GeoGebra book creators. Processing is a Java-based language. More info can be found at processing.org.

Kind regards,

Timo

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You can embed any online content into GeoGebra books as iframe. If you pick a sketch from openprocessing.org and use the share -> embed option it should just work.

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I tried it and it did not work. Using a test sketch it showed up in my geogebra book as I pasted the iframe link, but once save is pressed it simply leaves a blank cell. Any ideas.

Also, how do I change the "answered" icon to indicate that a working solution is still needed?

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Hi,

I found that if I use insert web and not as text code that it works. Thanks.

Timo

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I tried it. Using a test sketch it showed up in my geogebra book as I pasted the iframe link, but once save is pressed it simply leaves a blank cell. Any ideas.

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