Pixel-oriented programming language for multimedia apps and experiments
Pixilang is a pixel-oriented programming language for small graphics/sound applications and experiments. Originally created by Alexander Zolotov (NightRadio) and Mik Razuvaev (Goglus) for non-programmers and artists. It is cross-platform and open source (MIT).
Pixilang programs are stored in text files (UTF-8 encoding) with extensions .txt or .pixi. So you can use your favorite text editor to create/edit these files. Pixilang has no built-in editor.
Key features: • universal containers (pixi-container) for any type of data; • dynamically typed variables (for integer or floating point numbers); • functions for sound synthesis and recording; • functions for block data processing; • supported file formats (load/save): WAV, PNG, JPG, GIF (animated); • native code (external dynamic libraries) support; • OpenGL acceleration; • MIDI In/Out.
3.8.2 released on 07 February 2022 (412 days ago)
3.8.1b released on 15 December 2020 (831 days ago)
3.8.1 released on 25 November 2020 (851 days ago)
3.8 released on 04 September 2020 (933 days ago)
3.7 released on 27 August 2018 (1672 days ago)