Apple Macintosh software which allows the creation of hypermedia.
An environment that is scriptable with its own native HyperTalk or with any OSA language.
a product developed by Apple, originally in 1987, to make it easy to prepare hypertexts and hypertext applications, which build upon the concepts of buttons, fields, cards, and stacks. The HyperTalk scripting language follows object oriented programming principles.
See also... A personal hypermedia/multimedia creation system for use on Apple Computers.
A multimedia presentation environment that has hypertext capability, allows scripting or coding of applications, interprets data, and has a number of other characteristics that make it hard to define. Created by Bill Atkinson in the 1980s.
a hypertext/hypermedia system developed by Apple, provided free of charge with new systems in 1987 and then sold by Claris, which implements a card-based model derived from Xerox NoteCards, and uses an object-oriented scripting language called HyperTalk
A software tool introduced by Apple computer in 1987 to provide new ways to organize, display, and navigate through data that broadened the capability of the Macintosh computer so that non-computer programmers could design and write their own computer applications.
A HyperText/Media development system produced by Apple Computer, Inc.
a hypertext Multimedia package popular on Macintosh computers in the late 80's. WWWebfx Home Page
a multimedia authoring tool from Apple. Refer to the TechNote " Choosing a Multimedia Authoring Tool". See HyperTalk, XFCN.