Combining Tiled and Textual Views of Code

@article{Homer2014CombiningTA,
  title={Combining Tiled and Textual Views of Code},
  author={Michael Homer and James W Noble},
  journal={2014 Second IEEE Working Conference on Software Visualization},
  year={2014},
  pages={1-10}
}
Jigsaw puzzle programming environments manipulate programs primarily by drag-and-drop. Generally these environments are based on their own special-purpose languages, meaning students must move on to another language as their programs grow. Tiled Grace is a tile-based editor for Grace, an educational programming language with a conventional textual syntax. Using Tiled Grace, programmers can move seamlessly between visualising their programs as tiles or source code, editing their programs via… CONTINUE READING
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Graceful language extensions and interfaces

  • M. Homer
  • Ph.D. dissertation, Victoria University of…
  • 2014
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