What is Smalltalk?
Smalltalk is an object-oriented programming language, a large class library and an interactive programming environment all in one.
This means that Smalltalk allows a completely different way of programming than other OO languages derived from procedural languages like C. Whoever programs in Smalltalk becomes a part of the system and programs from the inside. There is no separation between the development environment and the program - this is an experience that no other programming language can offer.
What characterizes Smalltalk?
- Consistently object-oriented without compromise.
- Everything is an object: numbers, text, structures, classes, methods, tools, windows.
- Differentiation of values and objects by compiler
Smalltalk Development Systems
Always the right option.
- Cincom Smalltalk
- VA Smalltalk
and much more.
Tips & Tricks
Processes easier than you think!
- The ticket system in Cincom Smalltalk
- Version management
- Graphical examples for handling