Developing visual programming applications using Smalltalk (paper) (SIGS, advances in object technology 12)

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Developing Visual Programming Applications Using Smalltalk uses object-oriented visual programming environments to illustrate the concepts of object-oriented software construction. It introduces blueprints as a method to record visual programming applications and includes sample applications using VisualAge, VisualSmalltalk, and VisualWorks. This is the first book to use object-oriented visual programming tools to teach principles of object-oriented programming. It introduces a new approach that allows an easy transition from pseudocode to Smalltalk statements. The author also uses CRC Cards, Responsibility Driven Design, and Use-Cases methodologies to construct one of the larger applications.
1. The evolution of ideas, 2. The Object-Oriented World, 3. Using complete parts to Assemble Object-Oriented Systems, 4. VisualAge, 5. Behind the Looking Glass, 6. Programming with Smalltalk, 7. Where Do You Go from Here?, Appendix A. Methods of Nonvisual Classes for MLAuction, Appendix B. Nonvisual classes for MLAuction, Appendix C. Additional information for section 6.4.
Developing Visual Programming Applications Using Smalltalk uses object-oriented visual programming environments to illustrate the concepts of object-oriented software construction. It introduces blueprints as a method to record visual programming applications and includes sample applications using VisualAge, VisualSmalltalk, and VisualWorks. This is the first book to use object-oriented visual programming tools to teach principles of object-oriented programming. It introduces a new approach that allows an easy transition from pseudocode to Smalltalk statements. The author also uses CRC Cards, Responsibility Driven Design, and Use-Cases methodologies to construct one of the larger applications.