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Programming Languages, Martials Arts and Computers. The Weblog of Chris Double.


DabbleDB on TechCrunch

DabbleDB gets a mention again on TechCrunch along with a lot of positive comments.

In just a few minutes, the video will show how you can start with simple, flat spreadsheet data, use Dabble DB to search and explore this data right away, then gradually evolve into a full conference-planning application (with drop-down lists, calendar views, relations, and more). While this demo shows that full app development can take place in only a few minutes, in practice it would usually happen organically over a period of time as the app editors further expand their apps.

DabbleDB is written in Squeak Smalltalk using the continuation based web framework Seaside.


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