Drag And Drop Interface Lets Anyone Be A Computer Programmer

Drag And Drop Interface Lets Anyone Be A Computer Programmer

ScriptKit lets anyone code a simple iPad app by just selecting the functions they want from its intuitive program.

Emma Hutchings
  • 22 november 2012

ScriptKit is a programming app that lets anyone create a simple iPad app by dragging and dropping code from a library. It has an intuitive interface that is easy to use and helps you quickly develop your idea into a prototype.

Drag and Drop Program Lets Anyone Be A Computer Programmer

ScriptKit features lots of examples to show you just what it can do and guide you through the experience when you’re just starting out. It also includes support for APIs like Instagram, Dropbox, and Facebook. The app’s creator, Kyle Buza, told Co.Design:

One of the goals of ScriptKit is to help the user avoid typing as much as possible, and there’s just no substitute for prototyping an app on the device it’s being built for.

Instead of making the user type, the app features an interactive, touchable interface that lets you change parameters with a single finger. One line of code is all it takes to make shapes and images rotate and scale under your fingertips.


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