Applications Built Using Smalltalk
This page is expanding as we add content and as we become aware of new applications built using Smalltalk.
There are many Smalltalk based applications that are for a company's internal use only.
They provide a competitive edge and often the company will keep it's existance and capabilities private.
This page is for those applications that are available.
Some are commercial (general purpose, industrial and special purpose)
while others are various forms of Open Source or Shareware.
"It is not the critic that counts... The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena..." - Teddy Roosevelt
BottomFeeder RSS/Atom Feed Reader
BottomFeeder is an Open Source news aggregator client (RSS and Atom) written in VisualWorks Smalltalk.
BottomFeeder runs on x86 Linux (also FreeBSD), PowerPC linux, Sparc Linux, Windows (98/ME/NT/2000/XP), Mac OS8/9,
Mac OS X, AIX, SGI Irix, Compaq UNIX, HP-UX, and Solaris.
Folder Scavenger is a Windows Explorer shell extension which helps you manage, use and manipulate directory and file information.
I guess that your first thought might be why would they name a program FolderScavenger? Well because that is
what it does in a way. It is a program that will easily give you a list of the contents of a folder about any
way you could possibly want it. In a really user friendly way too.
"Smalltalk is not just a language, it's a place where objects live and evolve..."
MetamericBridge Segemental Bridge Design
A computer aided bridge design application that provides roadway alignment geometry control for
the construction of balanced cantilever segmental bridges using the short line casting/formset method.
Open Croquet Collaborative Immersive Environment
CROQUET IS... a combination of open source computer software and network architecture that supports deep
collaboration and resource sharing among large numbers of users. Such collaboration is carried
out within the context of a large-scale distributed information system. The software and architecture
define a framework for delivering a scalable, persistent, and extensible interface to network delivered resources.
Pongo is an MSN Instant Messenger client
Pongo is an MSN Instant Messenger client written in VisualWorks Smalltalk.
Pongo runs on Intel Linux, Windows (95/98/ME/NT/2000/XP), Mac OS X, AIX, SGI Irix, Compaq UNIX, HP-UX, and Solaris.
"Beauty is more important in computing than anywhere else in technology because software is so complicated.
Beauty is the ultimate defense against complexity."
- David Gelernter, Professor of Computer Science, Yale University.
From his book 'Machine Beauty - Elegance and the Heart of Technology.
Trading is not easy. If you are an active trader, you need software designed for your unique needs.
Only TradePerformance provides all the features you need to track, measure and improve your trading
results on a continuous basis. TradePerformance™ is more than trade accounting, TradePerformance
incorporates the "Best Practices" of Trading in a single integrated package.
It is truly a Trading Management System.
"For maximum productivity, Smalltalk is the only way to go",
says Steve Geringer, CEO. "If we were using any other language,
we would still be struggling with compiler errors".
WithStyle Web Browser/Editor
WithStyle is a Web user interface, an XML renderer and editor.
WithStyle uses standards-based technologies and is an application platform for web-based clients.
The WithStyle editor provides a What You See Is What You Get (WYSIWYG) editing experience.
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