Morning Keynote: The Live Web

A session at GOTO Amsterdam 2011

Friday 14th October, 2011

9:00am to 9:50am (AMT)

The Lively Kernel showed that one could build a self-supporting development environment using only JavaScript and browser graphics. This kernel can be stored simply as a web page, and can come to life in any browser with no installation or plugins.

Recent progress in the Lively Kernel platform enables drag-and-drop composition of active content from shared cloud-based repositories, empowering web developers and end-users alike. The talk will be given live in the system, and will include links to all the tools shown.

Keywords: JavaScript, Kernel, End-User Programming, Authoring, Live, Active Web Content, Visualization, IDE, Metacircular, Self-supporting, Kit, Components

Target Audience: This talk should be of interest to web developers, end-users, teachers, students, and anyone who enjoys live and open-ended manipulation of active web content.

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Dan Ingalls

The principal architect of five generations of Smalltalk environment

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Time 9:00am9:50am AMT

Date Fri 14th October 2011

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