5 edition of HyperCard made easy found in the catalog.
Previous ed.: 1988.
|Statement||William B. Sanders.|
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|Number of Pages||416|
HyperCard is a software program that can be used to author an application of the user's design. At the time of introduction, it was a software application in a genre all of its own. Apple described it as a hypermedia program or construction kit. The metaphor of a meccano kit was used. It was written by Bill Atkinson and released with the System 6 Macintosh operating system. HyperCard was a user-friendly programming environment first released in dear lord was it that long ago? that was basically abandoned by Apple and never made the transition to OS X. It is fondly remembered (for many good reasons) and there have been efforts to recreate it such as SuperCard and the PythonCard mentioned above.. The basic idea is to combine a simple .
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HyperCard is based on the concept HyperCard made easy book a "stack" of virtual "cards". Cards hold data, just as they would in a Rolodex card-filing device. Each card contains a set of interactive objects, including text fields, check boxes, buttons, and similar common graphical user interface (GUI) HyperCard made easy book.
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HyperCard Made Easy by William B Sanders starting at $ HyperCard Made Easy has 1 available editions to buy at Half Price Books Marketplace. Hands-On Hypercard: Designing Your Own Applications [Mimi Jones, Dave Myers] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. An easy-to-use, hands-on guide to Macintosh's HyperCard program, including many time-saving tips and tricks not found in the support documentation.
Covers the basics before going on to more advanced topicsCited by: 1. This book is the first of a two volume set. This was done to accommodate our printing process. Click here to see Volume 2. Originally published inthis handbook to Hypercard remains the leading guide to this innovative programming language developed by Apple for the common computer user in an attempt to lower the barrier between what you want a computer to HyperCard made easy book, and Cited by: The XCMD Development System User Manual For Technical Support Call Monday-Friday, 9 am - 5 pm Pacific time easy-to-read language, such as HyperTalk or Pascal, into the binary All this is made possible by the decision of HyperCard's creators to HyperCard made easy book aFile Size: 7MB.
I should point out Hypercard was only free with a new Mac, otherwise you payed $ for it. The problem is that it was the stacks that really separated the free HyperCard made easy book commercial versions so it was insanely easy to access Hypercard's full power without paying or messing around with the application itself.
34 thoughts on “ HyperCard On The Archive (Celebrating 30 Years of HyperCard) ” Jim Steichen Aug at am. There was a similar program for the Amiga, called “CanDo!” Look into adding it to your archives. I still have binary executables and shared libraries for.
Make Offer - Vintage Apple Macintosh 3 Book Set - StatFast, StatFast-2, and DataFast Apple Memory Cards - RARE Apple Park Cupertino - 30 Card Exclusive Gift Set $ HyperCard was added by dbohdan in May and the latest update was made in Feb The list of alternatives was updated Jul It's possible to update the information on HyperCard or HyperCard made easy book it as discontinued, duplicated or HyperCard made easy book System: Mac.
HyperCard is application software and a programming tool for Apple Macintosh and Apple IIGS computers. It is among the first successful hypermedia systems before the World Wide Web. It combines database abilities with a graphical, flexible.
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will. Seeing me there with my notebook and tape recorder you might argue that I bought the HyperCard book out of premeditation. That I wanted them to sell it to me. But I plead innocent: I didn’t know the book would be there. I actually hoped that Bill Atkinson would share enough information so I wouldn’t need the book, and that’s the honest truth.
HyperCard Animation Wednesday, J This is a HyperCard animated cartoon with 65 animated cells. It's about a robot and a penny, but I will say no more. Download it and e-mail AK NCC if you like it.
It was made by a 10 and 8 year old, and it is their first advanced animated cartoon on HyperCard. The hypercard in last week’s post was made from a double-backed Bicycle® Rider Back card. Having a double-backed card isn’t necessary, but it makes the illusion more difficult to figure out.
When learning how to make a hypercard, it’s easier to use a regular card. There's now also a SmalltalkLanguage implementation developed by AlanKay called SqueakSmalltalk, which offers some similar but more advanced HC-like ally, I loved the idea but found the interface too complex.
The class in Squeak that is meant to resemble a HyperCard stack is the BookMorph. You can make a new stack by dragging the Book from. A Hypercard stack made for a math project, it interactively demonstrates how Archimedes discovered pi over years ago.
Archimedes used an interesting method to approximate the value of pi. Since it wasn't easy to accurately measure the circumference of a circle, he measured the perimeter of a many sided polygon, which was close to a circle.
Guests include Apple Fellow and Hypercard creator Bill Atkinson, Hypercard senior engineer Dan Winkler, author of "The Complete Hypercard Handbook" Danny Goodman, and Robert Stein, Publisher of Voyager Company.
Demonstrations include HypercardComplete Car Cost Guide, Focal Point, Laserstacks, and National Galllery of Art. I was cleaning out a box of old boxes (I love boxes) and found this product box from City to City was a travel reference tool that was built with HyperCard and ran on Macintosh Plus computers.
The significance of this is that it was more easily browsed than an atlas or travel book because HyperCard had the capacity to build links connecting different. Print book: EnglishView all editions and formats Summary: Designed as an easy introduction to Apple Macintosh Computer topics such as hardware configuration, computer concepts, system software, user interface and printers, this book covers topics unique to the Mac, such as HyperCard, teach text, data transfer and communications.
These HyperCard devotees are an easily insulted lot. The problem is that it doesn’t matter how good HyperCard was, how powerful, how easy, how intuitive.
HyperCard’s demise is a done deal — it’s been four years since Apple. My own take is that Apple should have made a "Hypercard"-like thing the "top layer" of a new operating system. In other words, the entire desktop/windows/buttons interface to the main OS would be itself scripted in Hypercard.
Smalltalk takes this a step further of course by making the whole operating system a live environment. Bill played a big role in making the Mac what the Mac was – a personal computer that made the whole process of computing easy for the general public. HyperCard represented perhaps the bravest.
Cyan also made Cosmic Osmo and other previous games in HyperCard. Sbwoodside26 February (UTC) Myst definitely was written and published in HyperCard, much to our publishers chagrin, and our delight. And if it weren't for HyperCard, we would have never gotten it done.
The only bugs we had to work through were game design problems. The HyperCard Users Guide was good, but it was after my uncle loaned me his copies of "The Complete Hypercard Handbook" and "HyperTalk The Book" that I really got obsessed.
I was 9 years old and reading these thick tomes cover to cover, and building test stacks for each obscure function. The HyperCard torch is carried by iHug, which has or active members. Two or three times a year iHug collects several thousand dollars in. Apple’s Swift Playgrounds can help you learn to code, but it’s no HyperCard The programming sandbox, seen through the eyes of devs, slightly misses the mark.
Adam Banks - pm UTC. HyperCard had two features that made it very different from the web: + It was really easy to store data + It was really easy to create a useful program.
I have to admit that I miss HyperCard at least once a month, there are those small “programs” that is needed but it’s too cumbersome to build using any modern tool I’ve tried. In the s, he popularized an amazing “impossible object” known as a hypercard.
You can create a hypercard by making a few simple cuts in an ordinary playing card. No glue, tape, or adhesive is required.
A complete hypercard is shown in this image. As you can see, the tab of the hypercard sticks up at a peculiar angle from the rest of the.
Bill Atkinson is the programming genius behind HyperCard, MacPaint and much of the original Macintosh operating system, but these days he's wistful about what. The software erector set. CompileIt. Manual - This is a PDF of the manual to CompileIt!, a HyperCard stack that allows you to write HyperCard command plug-ins that access the Mac's system API and let you do everything any Mac programmer could do.; HyperTalk Reference - This is a PDF containing screen shots of most of the pages of the HyperTalk Reference stack that.
Danny Goodman is author of more than two dozen books on computing and internet technologies including The Complete HyperCard Handbook which claimed honors as the best selling Macintosh book and fastest selling computer book in history.
His articles on computing and consumer electronics have appeared in some of the most prestigious general. An electronic book, also known as an e-book or eBook, is a book publication made available in digital form, consisting of text, images, or both, readable on the flat-panel display of computers or other electronic devices.
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It made programming very easy; so easy, that it threatened commercial Mac software. Apple didn't know what to do with it, and was slow to develop it. The last update was in Promised further updates ended up as Vaporware, and it was abandoned in The World Wide Web is a Spiritual Successor of HyperCard (among many other things).
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HyperCard stacks, distributed both on floppy disks and on the new-fangled technology called CD-ROM, made it possible to produce deep multimedia technology including things like encyclopedias.
book. It is the very uniqueness of HyperCard that makes it pdf difficult to describe. Indeed, hav- It is easy to imagine what an impact a pro-gram like HyperCard could have upon higher education.
After only a few hours of browsing made up of a "background" (attributes shared. + When I contracted a severe case of laryngitis -- 3 months in length -- HyperCard made it possible to slap together a stack in minutes that had a single text field and two buttons: Clear and Speak.Choose a stack:* Choose File Stack Name:* Stack Author:* Creation Date: Stack Category.