JuggleAnim has a newer version called Juggling Lab -- check it out!
JuggleAnim is an a Java applet for animating juggling patterns. You can use it to display juggling patterns in your web pages, learn from the lists of pre-defined juggling patterns, and invent new juggling patterns on your own. To use JuggleAnim you need to have a Java 1.1 capable web browser (try Netscape 4.x or IE 4.x) or have access to an applet viewer.
JuggleAnim is open source software, released under the GNU General Public License.
Select one of the links below to see examples of how JuggleAnim works as an applet. It also runs as a standalone application if an appropriate Java Virtual Machine is installed (see below).
When JuggleAnim is run as an application from your local system, you have access to additional features such as the ability to save patterns as animated GIF files. To do this, you will need to have an appropriate Java Virtual Machine installed on your system. This is included with Mac OS X; on Windows it's likely that you will need to install Sun's free Java virtual machine.
The following documentation has been lovingly handcrafted for your enlightenment:
We encourage others to use JuggleAnim in their own web pages. Doing this requires just a single JuggleAnim file on your site and a few lines of HTML to make it run. Some of the sites using JuggleAnim today include:
You can contribute to the JuggleAnim project by:
Some good sources of general information are:
In addition to the developers listed on the JuggleAnim project summary page, we'd like to thank the following contributors:
Ken Matsuoka, for letting us use his JuggleMaster patterns, which must have taken a ton of work to create
Staffan Olofsson, for doing a lot of the dirty work of testing and filing bug reports