jperryl at ecs.fullerton.edu
Sat Dec 5 19:30:42 EST 2009
And of course, this is something everybody has been saying now since at
least the 2nd Monterey conference. It may not be enough to make available
a free product that just dumps you straight into the world of scripting.
Even Hypercard didn't do that! It provided a very and gentle graceful
path to the world of making your own stuff, and that is perhaps part of
the reason for it becoming as successful as it did.
On Sat, 5 Dec 2009, Alejandro Tejada wrote:
> But, I must beg your pardon if I look overly insistent
> of the following topic:
> Most of the computer users could produce and publish
> content using RevMedia, but just a few will give the
> additional steps to become full fledged programmers.
> RevMedia needs interfaces (palettes, Dialogs, Wizards, etc.)
> for common authoring task.
> We, as developers, do not find too difficult all these tasks,
> but for others (non developers) it's a big NO-NO to type
> scripts or commands to accomplish what they do using
> a Graphical User Interface in other software programs.
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