VVVV.js Interview Questions & Answers

    1. Question 1. What Is Vvvv.js?Answer :
      • VVVV.js is a Visual Programming Framework, great toolkit and used for developing rich data visualisation, advanced user interfaces, and games.  It is fully works in your browsers.
      • David Gann is creating VVVV.js rendering /game engine for developing web and mobile apps.
      • VVVV.js is a hybrid visual/textual live-programming environment for easy prototyping and development.
      • VVVV.js is free for non-commercial use, commercial use requires a license.
      • VVVV.js is a Visual Programming Framework for High-End JavaScript/WebGL Application Development.


    1. Question 2. Why Are The Nodes Called “dx9” Or “ex9” Nodes, When They Are Actually Webgl?Answer :They are compatible with classic VVVV. There is a feature in the making which translates terms from classic VVVV to VVVV.js and vice versa, but at the moment we just have to play along.


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    1. Question 3. What Are The Great Features Of Vvvv.js?Answer :
      • Graphics and DOM Interface
      • Physical Based Rendering
      • Full glTF character import workflow
      • Instancing
      • IPSF support for rapid prototyping of distributed computing
      • Deferred effects
      • Collision detection
      • Terrain rendering
      • Multi-texturing
      • Character animation
      • Particles
      • Derivative maps and parallax occlusion mapping
      • Node sets for HTML and CSS visual programming
      • Web Audio API nodes
      • Server-side nodes for networking applications



    1. Question 4. How To Started Vvvv.js?Answer :The four steps involve to started VVVV.js: 
      • Download VVVV.js and extract it. Add this js in your project script folder.
      • Create a new patch
      • Include VVVV.js and the mypatch.v4p file in your website
      • Launch the Editor by appending


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  1. Question 5. I Appended #edit/some_patch_name.v4p To The Url To Open The Patch Editor, But Nothing Happens Why?Answer :There are two common problems when trying to open the editor:

    Pop ups are blocked, or the file name in the URL does not match the exact file name of the patch. Note, that it has to be exactly the same as you specified it in the