Yes. Atlas is also pretty damned cool.
I’m not, personally, quite so excited by this as I am by Bespin. But it’s nice. Particularly how you program the sizers by clicking on which edges are glued and which not. And the connection of the panels in the screen to controllers on a special bar is good.
It just occurred to me …
Bespin’s back-end server. Google Application Engine. Enso.
Python really is what the cool kids are doing these days, isn’t it?
This is it!!!! Editing moves to the browser.
The future has arrived.
Update : LOLZ … the hierarchical code-browser is a steal from Smalltalk. (Of course!)
Worth reading “Where’s your data?“
Remember, your Mind Traffic Control data is easily exportable. Just go to : http://mindtrafficcontrol.appspot.com/exports (Via the “Export Data” menu item) and choose whether you want your data exported in CSV format (which you can import into Excel or EditGrid etc.) or OPML (which can be read in the OPML Editor or (less conveniently) in any XML editor).