After writing Why isn’t browser based programming or browser based IDEs more popular? – Smart Disorganized I want to emphasize and ask again. Why aren’t the browser makers offering us a way for web-apps to read and write from the local disk? I know that it’s a mega security issue. But it should be possible […]
My Quora answer : Basically because most programmers use a bunch of other tools that are local, on their hard disk. These include compilers, libraries, source control, unit-testing frameworks, CI/CD pipelines etc. etc. And browsers, because of their security model, are really bad at talking to the local disk. So, if you want to use […]
Cardigan Bay is my new wiki-engine written in Clojure / ClojureScript. I’ve been working on it for about three months, and it’s a long way from finished, but now interesting enough for people to start playing with (and hopefully giving me some feedback on). The goal is for this to be the new engine behind […]
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!)
Balsamiq looks cute.
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 Think this is out of date?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 […]
Take a look at AppJet. An educational take on the IDE in a browser.
Round-up of web-based IDEs. Ecco via Roberto Saccon Eclifox, plug Eclipse into Firefox. Global System Builder (web-based IDE for IronPython)
A wiki with “Executable English“?