Just a note. I am really, really liking CoffeeScript now. It’s reminding me both of freedom that Python gave me when I first turned to it after Java. And bit of my experience with Erlang. ( If only it had Erlang’s Actor model and pattern matching arguments … ) The other good effect of this, […]
I’ve been working on a project based on some of my recent artistic works. I thought I’d do it using a Processing sketch embedded in a web-page. It’s not that I was particularly happy with Java applets (in 2011!) but I figured I’d make use of the Processing code I already had. After a whole […]
ThinkLinkr, another pretty slick web-based outliner.
I think TidyLines is the best browser-based outliner I’ve seen. At least in terms of how it feels at the keyboard.
The lessons of Mozilla Ubiquity
Dynamic List is a browser-based outliner.
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 […]
Original Link 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!)
StackOverflow discussion on good in-browser code-editors. Worth following.
I’m expounding my usual “late-bound” tabs model of IDEs again, over on StackOverflow. … late binding between the buffer in the editor and actual concrete thing you’re working on, gives the editing environment more flexibility and power. Think this is out of date? One place where the idea is back with a vengeance is in […]