Livecodelab was made possible by heaps of people smarter than us, including:
- Three.js inventor Ricardo Cabello aka Mr.doob and contributors
- Coffeescript inventor Jeremy Ashkenas and contributors
- Sound via Buzz.js by Jay Salvat.
- Some routines taken from processing.js library started by J. Resig and maintained by a wide community of programmers.
- The code editor is Code Mirror by Marijn Haverbeke
- Fluxus, a really cool livecoding framework to which we are much in debt, by the Pawfal collective
- Very special thanks to Alex McLean aka Yaxu and David Griffith aka NeboGeo for inspiration
- The TOPLAP collective for keeping high the live coding flag.
- Scrollwheel handler by Brandon Aaron.
- Jsaxus by Jonathan Brodsky, probably the first web-based live coding environment (2004). Check out his brick-busting demo on vimeo.
- Flaxus by i2off, probably the second web-based live coding environment (2006). Watch the VjSet on YouTube.
- Webgl playground, allows you to try three.js scenes and shaders online.
- GLSL Sandbox by Mr.doob compiles shaders on the fly and superimposes the code to the shader output.
- livecoder.net by Fritz Obermeyer.
- Gibber by Charlie Roberts, a musical live coding environment. Also enables networked group live coding performances.