The Whole Code Catalog


25 bookmarks. First posted by haroldcarr 7 days ago.


This series is democratizing access to tools one-step removed. These reviews are for the makers of tools, those that are pushing our computational interfaces forward. The goal of the Whole Code Catalog is to provide inspiration for the tools you will one day create.
Programming  tools  visual_programming 
6 days ago by tncowart
Living list if reviews of code-creation tools and environments.
swtool  list  programming 
7 days ago by dogrover
Over the past year and a half, I've been collaborating with Dark (a new programming language startup) to research programming languages and tools. Today we are sharing these reviews publicly.

The Whole Earth Catalog was before my time, but I grew up immersed in many of the conversations it began. This series borrows its name, and continues in its tradition of "access to tools". Stewart Brand’s original inspiration for the Catalog was helping his "friends who were starting their own civilization hither and yon in the sticks." This series is likewise designed to help visionary friends, but where his friends were living off-the-grid, my friends are creating the programming environments of the future. This series is democratizing access to tools one-step removed. These reviews are for the makers of tools, those that are pushing our computational interfaces forward. The goal of the Whole Code Catalog is to provide inspiration for the tools you will one day create.
design  architecture  programming  languages 
7 days ago by RBarnard
Over the past year and a half, I've been collaborating with Dark (a new programming language startup) to research programming languages and tools. Today we are sharing these reviews publicly.

The Whole Earth Catalog was before my time, but I grew up immersed in many of the conversations it began. This series borrows its name, and continues in its tradition of "access to tools". Stewart Brand’s original inspiration for the Catalog was helping his "friends who were starting their own civilization hither and yon in the sticks." This series is likewise designed to help visionary friends, but where his friends were living off-the-grid, my friends are creating the programming environments of the future. This series is democratizing access to tools one-step removed. These reviews are for the makers of tools, those that are pushing our computational interfaces forward. The goal of the Whole Code Catalog is to provide inspiration for the tools you will one day create.

Please reach out to steve at futureofcoding.org with suggestions for tools to review for the second edition, which may include user-contributed reviews. In the meanwhile, you may enjoy the Future of Coding Slack Community, Future of Coding podcast, and Ivan Reese's Visual Programming Codex. If you find this work valuable, please consider supporting me on Patreon.
programming 
7 days ago by kejadlen
Please reach out to steve at futureofcoding.org with suggestions for tools to review for the second edition, which may include user-contributed reviews. In the meanwhile, you may enjoy the Future of Coding Slack Community, Future of Coding podcast, and Ivan Reese's Visual Programming Codex. If you find this work valuable, please consider supporting me on Patreon.

Front-End
Back-End
Nocode
WYSIWYG
Direct Manipulation
Database
Structured Editor
Spreadsheet
Integrations
Notebook
Node-And-Wire
Reactive
Functional Programming
Data Science
design  Architecture  engineering 
7 days ago by janpeuker
Over the past year and a half, I've been collaborating with Dark (a new programming language startup) to research programming languages and tools. Today we are sharing these reviews publicly. The Whole Earth Catalog was before my time, but I grew up immersed in many of the conversations it began. via Pocket
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7 days ago by domingogallardo
Over the past year and a half, I've been collaborating with Dark (a new programming language startup) to research programming languages and tools. Today we are sharing these reviews publicly.

... creating the programming environments of the future. This series is democratizing access to tools one-step removed. These reviews are for the makers of tools, those that are pushing our computational interfaces forward. The goal of the Whole Code Catalog is to provide inspiration for the tools you will one day create.
programming  design  tools  reviews  languages 
7 days ago by jonmoore
Over the past year and a half, I've been collaborating with Dark (a new programming language startup) to research programming languages and tools. Today we are sharing these reviews publicly. The Whole Earth Catalog was before my time, but I grew up immersed in many of the conversations it began.
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7 days ago by itst