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Last update: 2008-11-09

Morphle

[Morphle — concluded in 2009]

Morphle is a project to stitch and glue together a large number of web 2.0 and 3.0 technologies. The principle technologies to be used will be HTML and javascript-tool-kits and the web-tools built into Squeak. And it will be through Squeak's web-tools that Morphle will be able to hide the former tools (HTML, javascript and the like) from the end-user. What will be achieved through this arrangement is, among other things, to provide the end-user with the ability to combine very easily web page parts such as snippets, widgets or components to create incredible web-sites. This tying together of these kinds-of-parts is often referred to as web mash-ups.

The second component of the Morphle project is to offer all of these tools through the Internet and accessed directly through the browser. Eventually, Morphle's hosting system will served-up from next-generation large scalable web-server (called Morphel) at very low costs.

This project is about putting an alpha release of a meta-website online. The website will offer free and anonymous powerful but simple to use end-user website editing based on state of the art component ecapsulation technologies in the hands of everyone.

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