Fabrik (software)

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

[1]Fabrik is a visual programming integrated development environment implemented in Smalltalk and designed at Apple Computer by Dan Ingalls, Scott Wallace, Yu-Ying Chow, Frank Ludolph, Ken Doyle and others during the mid-1980s. It consists of a kit of computational and graphic user interface components that can be "wired" together to build new components and useful applications.


  1. ^ Ingalls, Dan; Wallace, Scott; Chow, Yu-Ying; Ludolph, Frank; Doyle, Ken (November 1988). "Fabrik: a visual programming environment". ACM SIGPLAN Notices. 23 (11): 176–190. doi:10.1145/62084.62100. ISSN 0362-1340.

External links[edit]