July 16, 2012 in Uncategorized
There are many easy and intuitive graphical user interface methods of learning the basic concept of programming currently. Some of them include MIT’s Scratch, or MSW Logo. Google Blocky is Google’s entry into the already crowded area, at the benefit of the consumers; people who want to learn the simple concept and idea of programming.
Google Blocky, very much like Scratch, provides a “web-based, graphical programming editor” for people. It lets people to create simple programs without typing anything. Just like Scratch, users drag blocks and assemble them together, then run the program and see what happens. However, unlike scratch, Google Blocky is not able to create graphical content, like games. But, maybe Google Blocky will improve, as it stays longer in Google Code playground.
Google Blocky can be access here.
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