End-User Programming

Index of End-User Programming related ideas:

We also had fun in the space itself, one of the experiments with biggest impact-to-implementation-difficulty ratio was a styling block, echoing how customisation was done in the MySpace times by injecting snippets of global CSS. Task-Oriented End-User Programming at its finest. Since MakeSpace is built on top of CRDT, these changes propagate to all users in a given space, which allowed us to live-code the UI from within MakeSpace itself, or have each users' notes styled differently (by adding a .user-${username} CSS class so it can be targeted with a custom selector).

  • not everyone should be able to create Ableton Live or other pro tools, and that might be ok - this might be the difference between end-user programming to help with the users work vs programming as a profession
  • gradual enhancement seems like important idea for End-User Programming - allowing users to change small pieces of functionality without feeling overwhelmed, and slowly "luring them in"
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