Animating Programs Using Smalltalk

@article{London1985AnimatingPU,
  title={Animating Programs Using Smalltalk},
  author={Ralph L. London and Robert Duisberg},
  journal={Computer},
  year={1985},
  volume={18},
  pages={61-71}
}
An anmation kit can be uwed to explain how a progEra works by creating graphical -e _ihaton. and move. corfeAlted wih the program' actons. Such afacUiky could play an Important role in progrm design, de1elpment and teding. Phe availability of today's powerA ful personal workstations with high-resolution bit-map displays and pointing devices makes possible the creation and display of drawings containing a wide assortment of characters, fonts, icons, and figures, all of which can be continuously… CONTINUE READING

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