Programmable applications: interpreter meets interface

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Current fashion in "user-friendly" software design tends to place an over-reliance on direct manipulation interfaces. To be truly expressive (and thus truly user-friendly), applications need both learnable interfaces and domain-enriched languages that are accessible to the user. This paper discusses some of the design issues that arise in the creation of… (More)
DOI: 10.1145/202511.202528

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