Daniel H. H. Ingalls

Learn More
Fabrik is a visual programming environment - a kit of computational and user-interface components that can be “wired” together to build new components and useful applications. Fabrik diagrams utilize bidirectional dataflow connections as a shorthand for multiple paths of flow. Built on object-oriented foundations. Fabrik components can compute(More)
Wikis are Web-based collaborative systems designed to help people share information. Wikis have become popular due to their openness which gives users complete control over the organization and the content of wiki pages. Unfortunately existing wiki engines restrict users to enter only passive content, such as text, graphics, and videos and do not allow(More)
The Lively Kernel is a browser-based environment for authoring active Web content. Being a self-supporting system, it is simple and compact, yet it supports rapid authoring with little need for programming expertise. Most importantly, the entire context of creation is now embedded in the cloud, a shared space in which to find, alter, create and share new(More)