Returns the current framerate
Graphics currently used for drawing. By default it is sketch graphics, but if called inside with-graphics macro - graphics passed to the macro is returned. This method should be used if you need to call some methods that are not implemented by quil. Example: (.beginDraw (current-graphics)).
Sets the cursor to a predefined symbol or makes it visible if already hidden (after no-cursor was called). Available modes: :arrow, :cross, :hand, :move, :text, :wait See cursor-image for specifying a generic image as the cursor symbol.
[img hx hy]
Set the cursor to a predefined image. The horizontal and vertical active spots of the cursor may be specified with hx and hy. It is recommended to make the size 16x16 or 32x32 pixels.
[app-name & options]
Define and start a sketch and bind it to a var with the symbol app-name. If any of the options to the various callbacks are symbols, it wraps them in a call to var to ensure they aren't inlined and that redefinitions to the original fns are reflected in the visualisation. Available options: :size - A vector of width and height for the sketch or :fullscreen. Defaults to [500 300]. If you're using :fullscreen you may want to enable present mode - :features [:present] :renderer - Specifies the renderer type. One of :p2d, :p3d, :java2d, :opengl, :pdf). Defaults to :java2d. :dxf renderer can't be used as sketch renderer. Use begin-raw method instead. In clojurescript only :p2d and :p3d renderers are supported. :output-file - Specifies an output file path. Only used in :pdf mode. Not supported in clojurescript. :title - A string which will be displayed at the top of the sketch window. Not supported in clojurescript. :features - A vector of keywords customizing sketch behaviour. Supported features: :keep-on-top - Sketch window will always be above other windows. Note: some platforms might not support always-on-top windows. Not supported in clojurescript. :exit-on-close - Shutdown JVM when sketch is closed. Not supported in clojurescript. :resizable - Makes sketch resizable. Not supported in clojurescript. :no-safe-fns - Do not catch and print exceptions thrown inside functions provided to sketch (like draw, mouse-click, key-pressed and other). By default all exceptions thrown inside these functions are catched. This prevents sketch from breaking when bad function was provided and allows you to fix it and reload it on fly. You can disable this behaviour by enabling :no-safe-fns feature. Not supported in clojurescript. :present - Switch to present mode (fullscreen without borders, OS panels). You may want to use this feature together with :size :fullscreen. Not supported in clojurescript. :no-start - Disables autostart if sketch was created using defsketch macro. To start sketch you have to call function created defsketch. Supported only in clojurescript. :global-key-events - Allows a sketch to receive any keyboard event sent to the page, regardless of whether the canvas it is loaded in has focus or not. Supported only in clojurescript. Usage example: :features [:keep-on-top :present] :bgcolor - Sets background color for unused space in present mode. Color is specified in hex format: #XXXXXX. Example: :bgcolor "#00FFFF" (cyan background) Not supported in clojurescript. :display - Sets what display should be used by this sketch. Displays are numbered starting from 0. Example: :display 1. Not supported in clojurescript. :setup - A function to be called once when setting the sketch up. :draw - A function to be repeatedly called at most n times per second where n is the target frame-rate set for the visualisation. :host - String id of canvas element or DOM element itself. Specifies host for the sketch. Must be specified in sketch, may be omitted in defsketch. If ommitted in defsketch, :host is set to the name of the sketch. If element with specified id is not found on the page and page is empty - new canvas element will be created. Used in clojurescript. :focus-gained - Called when the sketch gains focus. Not supported in clojurescript. :focus-lost - Called when the sketch loses focus. Not supported in clojurescript. :mouse-entered - Called when the mouse enters the sketch window. :mouse-exited - Called when the mouse leaves the sketch window :mouse-pressed - Called every time a mouse button is pressed. :mouse-released - Called every time a mouse button is released. :mouse-clicked - called once after a mouse button has been pressed and then released. :mouse-moved - Called every time the mouse moves and a button is not pressed. :mouse-dragged - Called every time the mouse moves and a button is pressed. :mouse-wheel - Called every time mouse wheel is rotated. Takes 1 argument - wheel rotation, an int. Negative values if the mouse wheel was rotated up/away from the user, and positive values if the mouse wheel was rotated down/ towards the user :key-pressed - Called every time any key is pressed. :key-released - Called every time any key is released. :key-typed - Called once every time non-modifier keys are pressed. :on-close - Called once, when sketch is closed Not supported in clojurescript. :middleware - Vector of middleware to be applied to the sketch. Middleware will be applied in the same order as in comp function: [f g] will be applied as (f (g options)). :settings - cousin of :setup. A function to be called once when setting sketch up. Should be used only for (smooth) and (no-smooth). Due to Processing limitations these functions cannot be used neither in :setup nor in :draw.
This function returns the number 2 if the screen is a high-density screen (called a Retina display on OS X or high-dpi on Windows and Linux) and a 1 if not. This information is useful for a program to adapt to run at double the pixel density on a screen that supports it. Can be used in conjunction with (pixel-density)
Returns a boolean value representing whether the applet has focus.
The system variable frameCount contains the number of frames displayed since the program started. Inside setup() the value is 0 and after the first iteration of draw it is 1, etc.
Specifies a new target framerate (number of frames to be displayed every second). If the processor is not fast enough to maintain the specified rate, it will not be achieved. For example, the function call (frame-rate 30) will attempt to refresh 30 times a second. It is recommended to set the frame rate within setup. The default rate is 60 frames per second.
Height of the display window. The value of height is zero until size is called.
Hides the cursor from view. Will not work when running the in full screen (Present) mode.
It makes it possible for Processing to render using all of the pixels on high resolutions screens like Apple Retina displays and Windows High-DPI displays. Possible values 1 or 2. Must be called only from :settings handler. To get density of the current screen you can use (display-density) function.
Returns the height of the main screen in pixels.
Returns the width of the main screen in pixels.
Create and start a new visualisation applet. Can be used to create new sketches programmatically. See documentation for 'defsketch' for list of available options.
Returns the target framerate specified with the fn frame-rate
Width of the display window. The value of width is zero until size is called.