SnapCode Update April 4: Console I/O

This week added some console I/O so that Snap studio can print messages to the scene and request input from the user.

- Added getConsole() method to Scene class for console I/O
- Added println() to scene to handle console output
- Added getInputInt(), getInputString() to Console to get input
- Created JavaFX TextView for snap.text (ported from Swing version)
- Added TextStyle to snap.text to manage collection of attributes for TextRun

We still need to add support so that console I/O works well with actor/scene keyboard sensing, but below is an example of an app that asks the user how much to move the actor forward or backward. ConsoleIO

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One Response to “SnapCode Update April 4: Console I/O”

  1. Java desktop links of the week, April 6 « Jonathan Giles Says:

    […] Jeff Martin has updated his SnapCode project to include support for console i/o. […]

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