openrndr alternatives and similar libraries
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7.3 6.3 openrndr VS imguiBloat-free Immediate Mode Graphical User interface for JVM with minimal dependencies (rewrite of dear imgui)
6.8 6.6 openrndr VS data2vizAn Android, JavaFx, JS multiplatform datavisualization library with comprehensive DSL
5.6 0.0 openrndr VS modern-jogl-examplesExamples ported in JOGL from "Learning Modern 3D Graphic Programming" by J.L.McKesson
4.9 8.9 openrndr VS orxA growing library of assorted data structures, algorithms and utilities for OPENRNDR
4.3 7.6 openrndr VS kotlin-unsignedunsigned support for Kotlin via boxed types and unsigned operators
2.9 0.0 openrndr VS bulletJVM Bullet Physics SDK: real-time collision detection and multi-physics simulation for VR, games, visual effects, robotics, machine learning etc.
2.2 0.0 openrndr VS kaifu2xPort of waifu2x to pure kotlin + opencl. Anime-style upscaler and noise reductor based on convolutional neural networks using coffee trained models
1.7 0.0 openrndr VS glimpse-frameworkGlimpse is now further developed as a Kotlin Multiplatform project under glimpse-graphics/glimpse
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A Kotlin/JVM and Kotlin/JS library for creative coding, real-time and interactive graphics. Can currently be used on Windows, macOS and Linux/x64 to create standalone graphical applications.
Basics and use are further explained in the OPENRNDR guide.
|[openrndr-animatable](openrndr-animatable)||Tooling for interactive animations|
|[openrndr-application](openrndr-application)||Application and Program classes|
|[openrndr-binpack](openrndr-binpack)||Binpacking algorithm used for texture atlasses|
|[openrndr-dds](openrndr-dds)||DirectDraw Surface file (.dds) loader|
|[openrndr-demos](openrndr-demos)||A collection of small in-repository demos|
|[openrndr-extensions](openrndr-extensions)||Built-in OPENRNDR extensions|
|[openrndr-js](openrndr-js)||Kotlin/JS specific modules|
|[openrndr-jvm](openrndr-jvm)||Kotlin/JVM specific modules|
|[openrndr-math](openrndr-math)||Math functions and classes|
|[openrndr-nullgl](openrndr-nullgl)||Mock graphics back-end|
|[openrndr-shape](openrndr-shape)||Classes and functions for working with 2D shapes|
|[openrndr-svg](openrndr-svg)||Loading and saving SVG|
You are advised to use the OPENRNDR template which provides a quick start to using the library.
On a system that has JDK 1.8.x or more recent installed one can run the following commands from a terminal:
cd <path-to-checkout> ./gradlew build
This should start the build process, which will take some time to complete.
Note that OPENRNDR does not depend on anything that is not on Maven Central, builds should be easy and predictable.
Installing OPENRNDR as Maven artifacts
In order to use the OPENRNDR build from your applications one has to install OPENRNDR's Maven artifacts in the local Maven repository.
./gradlew -Prelease.version=0.5.1-SNAPSHOT publishToMavenLocal
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