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Work in progress 2006
Last updated at 2:50 am UTC on 5 June 2018
See also: Other Squeak ports

Internet Applications

Work in progress 2006 developed a web server for Squeak, implemented entirely inside Squeak. Its purpose: to make Squeak a web-based OODBMS/object server/application server; pick your name. Based on the web server there is also a mailing list archiver. Browse the documentation or visit a running server:

Here is an adaptive newsreader, aka NewsAgent, that aids in handling the volume of traffic on net news. It monitors your reading habits and ranks new messages by importance, discriminating on author and thread. Below a certain threshold, uninteresting articles are suppressed altogether. http://macos.tuwien.ac.at/Squeak/NewsAgent.st

Extended Graphics

Dan Ingalls gave Squeak an interesting twist with WarpBlt.

John Maloney's Morphic is a rewrite of the interface he pioneered for Self: http://www.cs.ucsb.edu/oocsb/self

Hans-Martin Mosner and Andreas Raab persue different approaches to Three-Dimensional Graphics

Active Media

See Literate Squeaking

Virtual Machine

Some Squeakers are known for Virtual Machine hacking.

AlejandroReimondo have done some interesting things on this field, like VirtualMachinePlugIns and WindowsApiCalls, they are both available as SugarMiniatures

Graphical User-Interface

ReinierVanLoon developed some UI gadgets, including one where the class hierarchy browser and file browser look the same. See: http://web.inter.nl.net/users/R.L.J.M.W.van.Loon

Distributed Computing

JeffEastman looked into a SqueakOrb

Sound and Music in Squeak

Stephen Travis Pope ported the "MODE" tools, and now calls the package Siren.