Tuesday, March 6th, 2007
Bill Orcutt has been working on Lily, a graphical data-flow programming environment that runs in a web browser:
Programs are built graphically by connecting modules to add functionality, fetch and direct
the flow of data, play sound or video, add interactivity or display results. Lily programs can be shared with other Lily users, installed as Firefox add-ons, run as standalone apps using XULrunner, or (with some limitations) be embedded in a web page.
Or, as Bill told us:
themselves are saved as .json files) or exported as FF add-ons, standalone Xulrunner apps or simply as js/html that can be displayed in a web page.
- Simple addition
- A beatbox
- Circle Animation Fun
- Animation Following
- A HTTPD server. Really
- NYTimes via Flickr
- Flickr YUI Lightbox
- Working with Text
Posted by Dion Almaer at 9:34 am