Wednesday, July 01, 2015

 

Yaqe - Yet Another Quake Editor for Pharo

Ronie is working on a Quake style level editor using Woden (World Dynamic Engine for Pharo), a with a user interface similar to the one present in Blender. Video is below and code is here.


 

Tuesday, June 30, 2015

 

Example of Recognizer with Pharo


 

Modern Events Touch and Gestures in Pharo


 

Interactive Table with Pharo

Interactive table support in Pharo (thanks to the new OS window architecture). Thanks Thales for the sponsoring!

 

 

Camp Smalltalk Portland 2015

Camp Smalltalk Portland, August 21st through the 23rd: Register here.

Monday, June 29, 2015

 

ESUG 2015

Conference schedule is here.

 

Squeak Website

Squeak Smalltalk got a fresh new look on the

 http://squeak.org

website,

 

MetaBorg

MetaBorg, a framework for building board games. Read more here and browse code here.

Friday, June 26, 2015

 

Roassal - New Preview for ESUG 2015

ObjectProfile is working hard on new Roassal visualizations. A preview of what will be presented will be found in this video.

 

Morphic Scrum Board Part 2 - DragPanels

Part 2 on DragPanels

 

Roundtrip

When I use Eclipse and Java I still like the nice eUML2 AddOn Tools as they allow to define quickly a conceptual model in UML. It's also the only tool I've found for Java that is able to support roundtrip engineering and that allows you to keep close to the code while still doing modeling.

DynaCase for Pharo looks promising but such roundtrip tools are still missing in the Pharo tools universe.

Thursday, June 25, 2015

 

Demo stories

Tudor gave a demo on demoing stories including a demonstration of Spotter. Video is here.

 

Sonar importer for Moose

an importer for Sonar for Moose platform.

 

Unified IDE

Lots of new editors for JavaScript appear - Atom, Brackets, ... and now Nuclide.

The web page of the last one tells us that Nuclide is a "A unified IDE". Hey - wake up! It is just a fancy editor - nothing more and I really wonder if these guys have ever see a real unified IDE with browsers, refactoring tools, test runner etc.

Monday, June 22, 2015

 

Code, Crime, Complexity: Analyzing software with forensic psychology

Nice talk on code, crime and complexity including CodeCity:


 

Babelsberg/S

allows for Object-Constraint Programming in Squeak. Check it out here (based on Squeak) or read about the JS variant here.

 

2000 STHub users

SmalltalkHub now has 2000 registered users. Nice.

 

ARM Cog Spur JIT VM

Eliot provides new Cog VM binaries.

What is cool about it this time: the busy VM developers now added the ARMv5/ARMv6 Cog Spur JIT VM! It has been tested on Raspberry Pi running Raspbian - feel free to help testing also on other ARM based Linux systems.

Read more here and here or just download and try:




Note that this is for ARM v5/v6 and v7 systems. And before I forget to mention: if you quickly need a 64bit VM for ARM v8 architecture just send $1,000,000 to Tim

 

SeSSE - Seaside with Server-Sent Events

SeSSE is a small library for supporting Server-Sent Events (SSE) on Seaside.

 

Elasticsearch and Smalltalk

Elasticsearch is a highly scalable open source Java search engine that stores data in a structure optimized for language based searches.

Elasticsearch can be used to search all kinds of documents. Just download and run. Here is a short intro on how to run it. If you want to use it from Smalltalk then have a look at this project.

Friday, June 19, 2015

 

NeoConsole

Sven provides a nice demo that shows how to use his new project NeoConsole, a command line (REPL) interface, to interact with and control a running, headless Pharo image.

The video also shows how to start from scratch, downloading Pharo, installing NeoConsole, running a headless image with the REPL installed in the background. Next, an HTTP server is added to the image and later a specific response is added as well.

Short summary: Pharo is well suited for maintaining cloud and web based applications as it allows live interaction even after deploying.


 

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