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Catrobat is a mobile visual programming system. Catroid is an IDE and Catrobat interpreter for Android. Paintroid is an associated paint program for Android that, among others, allows setting parts of images to transparent. IDEs and interpreters for iOS, Windows Phone, and HTML5 browsers are in ... [More]
Visual block syntax for programming languages Waterbear is a toolkit for making programming more accessible and fun. Not a language itself, but a block syntax inspired by Scratch (http://scratch.mit.edu/) that can be used to represent languages. Waterbear's blocks drag and snap together ... [More]
It's always pleasure to hack into some famous Open Source projects, finding what's going on there, how things work. And code one by hand. Smile~ :-)
Inspired by Scratch (http://scratch.mit.edu/) and implemented using Python (http://python.org) and PyGame (http://pygame.org), this project aspires to be a way to make Python approachable for children of all ages, but specifically targeting 6-12 year olds. The goal is to make it easy for them to ... [More]
A decent text block with a few handy options which actually FITS in the Google Apps Columns. Functions so far are: > Save > Load > Background Color > Text Color > Text Font > Adjustable Columns > Adjustable Rows Near Future features include: > Numbered Lines > Go to ... [More]
If you are looking for the open source companion software for the WeeHack kids programming course, it will be presented here.
The Scratch language implemented on Flash. See: http://scratch.mit.edu/ for more information Running ExampleThere is currently (usually) a trunk-based running example at: http://ec2-75-101-154-83.compute-1.amazonaws.com/scratch/ScratchPlayer.html and use: ... [More]
timbap is a new solution for the digital DJ, developed by students and assistants of the University of Ulm. It provides a rugged tangible interface for browsing your music collection AND manipulating playback by scratching, pitching, skipping etc. Like many others it is based on an acoustic timecode ... [More]