Components not an IDE?
david.bovill at gmail.com
Tue Nov 24 09:08:41 EST 2015
Yes, simplicity and immediate utility out of the box is how I'd see it -
but what's in the box?
I'd suggest a minimal read / write environment - something that gets us
back to the original ideal if the web.
Now what if getting the tools was as simple as browsing to a web page? I
think literate programming should place documentation first - so let's use
audio, video and text in a stack-runner like way - but enable editing and
authoring through components.
On 24 Nov 2015 1:48 pm, "Geoff Canyon" <gcanyon at gmail.com> wrote:
> I have no objection to the overall concept, but I'd suggest one thing: with
> many development environments, getting stated involves many steps. One of
> the great things about LC is that you download an installer, hit install,
> open the IDE, and start developing. Any modification to the IDE should try
> to maintain that simplicity.
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