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Polymer people discovered they need something like “wizzywid – what you see is what you deserve”

Posted by jpluimers on 2018/12/27

The 1990s are calling back: some people in the Polymer world now have realised that in order to be more productive, they need something like “wizzywid: wizzywid – what you see is what you deserve”.

It seems that the visual IDEs of the 1990s that so many from the web 2.0 era frowned upon are useful after all.

Reality check: if you write design tools for Polymer like that, then ensure they support proper refactoring. As that is the next step in the evolvement of your tool-chain.

Take a peak at IDE history, for example Delphi, Visual Basic, Visual C++, Visual Studio .NET, Blend, Visual Studio Code, JBuilder, Eclipse, NetBeans, and IntelliJ IDEA.




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