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Glamour: Audio

February 28, 2010 1:26:57.070

This week's podcast is a chat with Tudor Girba, one of the driving forces behind the Glamour project. To get an idea as to what Glamour is, here's Tudor's description:

Browsers are specific of user interfaces focused on exposing and manipulating data, and Glamour is a Smalltalk-based engine for building such browsers. Approached traditionally, building browsers becomes expensive. Glamour's abstractions lowers this cost significantly and brings the power of browsers in the hands of every Smalltalk programmer.

Glamour was mainly developed by Philipp Bunge, Tudor Girba, Lukas Renggli with contributions from Jorge Ressia and David Roethlisberger. Glamour is currently built in Pharo, it is available under the MIT license, and it is an important part of the Moose analysis platform.

More information about it can be found on the official page.

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