For Further Study
The following resources are fertile grounds for reaping inspiration for the development of Zen.
- GGG and the Semantic Web. (Very important. Could be greatly helped by Zen.) Lively Kernel.
- Context Oriented Programming.
- doCOUNT, related to Morphic.
- Snap! (formerly named BYOB), related to Squeak Smalltalk and Morphic.
- The principle of Lively Kernel that it has no run/edit mode distinction, that is, the whole environment is live all the time: the environment runs, the debugger, and the editor all run at the same time.
- APIs for clipboard operations such as copy, cut and paste in web applications, as described in “Clipboard API and events"59 on w3.org.
- Publications of the Web Platform Working Group at w3.org.
- “Defining Good,” Silicon Valley Product Group
- B. Schneiderman’s “Visual Information-Seeking Mantra”
- “A Task by Data Type Taxonomy for Information Visualizations,' B. Schneiderman
- “Programming by Manipulation for Layout”, Technical Report
- “Programming by example”, Wikipedia
- The W3C’s “Accessible Rich Internet Applications (WAI-ARIA) 1.0” recommendation
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