Using Shoes to Have Fun

May 31, 2009 Melissa Dyrdahl

Shoes is a tiny graphics toolkit that embeds ruby. It allows you to do anything. You can draw squares and circles and they can move about and say “Good Morning” when they chance upon each other. Shoes lets you add layouts to your applications with ease. It borrows ideas from Processing, Lua, and HTML to make an intuitive language to convert your ideas into programs that you can share with your friends.

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