Subtext continues to amaze

I just watched the video describing the latest incarnation of Subtext. The video shows how the liveness, direct manipulation and example–based nature of this new table–based Subtext makes the writing and testing of complex conditionals easy.

If you develop software in a way that makes heavy use of examples and tables, you owe it to yourself to know about Subtext.

1 comment:

ash said...

I agree that Subtext is very interesting. There's a lot to like in what Jonathan Edwards is trying to do, but in particular I like this quote from his thoughts on the future of programming.

"Usability should be the central concern in the design of programming languages and tools."