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This category holds links for books, paper or online, on the Squeak dialect of the Smalltalk programming language, and very closely related issues.
This category holds links for books, paper or online, on the Squeak dialect of the Smalltalk programming language, and very closely related issues.
Croquet is an open source software platform to develop and deliver deeply collaborative multiuser online programs. It has a network architecture supporting communication, collaboration, resource sharing, and synchronous computation among users. It provides a flexible framework in which most user interface concepts can be prototyped and deployed to create powerful, collaborative multiuser 2D and 3D programs and simulations. It can be used to make scalable collaborative data visualizations, virtual learning and problem solving environments, 3D wikis, online gaming environments (MMORPGs), and privately maintained and interconnected multiuser virtual environments.
This category is for FAQs, help and tip files and documents, tutorials, and closely related documents and websites for the Squeak dialect of the Smalltalk programming language.
Scratch is an interpreted dynamic visual programming language, based on Squeak. Being dynamic lets code be changed even as programs are running. It goal is to teach programming concepts to children and let them create games, videos, and music. It can be downloaded for free and is being used in a wide variety of in-school and after-school settings around the world. The name refers to the technique, developed in, and still common in, hip hop (rap) music, of a turntablist moving a vinyl record back and forth to make sounds, and refers to both the language and its implementation. It is being developed by a small team of researchers in the Lifelong Kindergarten Group at the MIT Media Lab.
To this category please submit only links to software written in Squeak (Squeak code), or software written to work intimately with Squeak systems and/or code.
This category is for software written in Squeak (Squeak code), or software written to work intimately with Squeak systems and/or code.
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