Tuesday, May 22, 2007

Easy web application design

Scratch is great, and YahooPipes it cool too (although am I the only one who still finds it to have a decent learning curve?). But we still need progress in the 'easy web application design' department. I've been trying to get Ruby on Rails to work, but the tutorials are written for people comfortable with using the Terminal on macs. And usability and command-line interfaces do not often go together.

Is there something that can make web programming as intuitive as the programming of Scratch? or does the computer future depend on educating the public on the methods of object oriented programming and control-view-model architecture?

1 comment:

Hire ASP.NET Developers said...

Well, if you want to learn easy web application so you can read different tutorials which are easily available in w3schools.