End-User Development by Henry Lieberman, Fabio Paternò, Volker Wulf

By Henry Lieberman, Fabio Paternò, Volker Wulf

Via now, most folk became acquainted with the fundamental performance and interfaces of pcs. even though, constructing new or changed functions that successfully help clients' targets nonetheless calls for enormous services in programming that can not be anticipated from most folks. hence, one primary problem for the arriving years is to strengthen environments that let clients who would not have historical past in programming to advance or alter their very own purposes, with the final word goal of empowering humans to flexibly hire complex info and communique technologies.The current booklet is an attempt to make many very important elements of the overseas dialogue on End-User improvement (EUD) to be had to a broader viewers. It offers a special set of contributions from quite a few learn institutes in a number of nations addressing appropriate matters and presenting unique solutions.The editors wish that this wide examine the rising paradigm of End-User improvement leads you to understand its variety and power for the long run. And we glance ahead to having you, the reader, the "end-user" of this ebook, give a contribution what you could to the sector, if it is engaged on a method for EUD, or just reaching a greater figuring out of the way EUD may well healthy into your paintings and your lifestyles.

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The goals of this project are to define and use a new programming language design process; where we study how non-programmers reason about programming concepts, create new programming languages and environments that take advantage of these findings, and evaluate them. It is somewhat surprising that in spite of over 30 years of research in the areas of empirical studies of programmers (ESP) and human–computer interaction (HCI), the designs of new programming languages have generally not taken advantage of what has been discovered.

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