Open Source Edition of LiveCode (Modern HyperCard)

February 5, 2013 at 1:27 am Leave a comment

HyperCard is likely still the world’s most successful end-user programming environment.  Having an open source version that runs on all modern OS and mobile platforms would be fabulous.  I’m backing.

LiveCode lets you create an app for your smartphone, tablet, desktop computer or server, whether you are a programmer or not. We are excited to bring you this Kickstarter project to create a brand new edition of our award-winning software creation platform.

LiveCode has been available as a proprietary platform for over a decade. Now with your support we can make it open and available to everyone. With your help, we will re-engineer the platform to make it suitable for open source development with a wide variety of contributors.

Support our campaign and help to change coding forever.

via Open Source Edition of LiveCode by RunRev Ltd — Kickstarter.

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