31 October, 2016
Please Donate to Squeak!
Craig Latta writes:
Happy 20th birthday to us! It was twenty years ago that Dan Ingalls and the rest of Alan Kay’s team announced Squeak to the world. You really changed things with this run at the fence. 🙂 Thanks again!
The Story of Squeak, A Practical Smalltalk Written in Itself
Dan Ingalls Ted Kaehler John Maloney Scott Wallace Alan Kay
17 October, 2015
29 June, 2015
A lot of work has gone into the new Squeak.org website. Go check it out!
Nice work to everyone that worked on it, it’s beautiful and well organized!
[announcement on Squeak-dev]
I am pleased to announce new look of the Squeak Website
Personally, I want to thank Fabio Niephaus, who invested a lot of effort into the new site.
12 May, 2015
The wildly popular C.H.I.P. comes pre-loaded with Scratch!
Nice play C.H.I.P.!
5 July, 2014
From Bert Freudenberg:
my SqueakJS VM has reached a major milestone. It is now sufficiently complete to run a full Etoys image (and possibly other non-closure images, too). It has support for most BitBlt modes, WarpBlt, even some Balloon2D rendering (for TTF fonts), a virtual file system, image saving etc.
Try it: http://bertfreudenberg.github.io/SqueakJS/etoys/
(Safari and IE are significantly faster than Firefox and Chrome, best is Safari Webkit nightly, works on iPad too, hopefully Android)
For more details, see my blogpost:
Feedback and contributions welcome 🙂
– Bert –
21 March, 2014
19 January, 2014
Clément Béra just posted an excellent article explaining the new Spur Object format. Definitely worth a read!
Find out more about the Squeak VM called Cog and the new memory manager called Spur at Eliot’s Cog Blog.