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Submitted by mikejuk
mikejuk writes: Waterbear, a new "Scratch- like" visual programming language made its debut at a JavaScript conference this week. Basically you can put together a JavaScript program by putting blocks together and entering some parameters. The output is JavaScript that you can use in other web pages. The Waterbear system runs in a browser, its HTML5 based, and needs no installation.
You can't help but think that this is the way all programmng will be done in the future.

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