Smart WYSIWYGs and Coding
It’s a new month, and a new article on the Norfolk Tech Journal. Here I am addressing the rise of ‘smart’ WYSIWYG editors, notably Macaw, and asking whether a dependancy on the influx of native apps might overshadow our coding skills. Having said that, I am currently typing in a WYSIWYG editor, on WordPress, on a website built on Twitter Bootstrap. Heck, not everybody can know the 0s and 1s right?
On another note, check out a sneak peek of Macaw below. It really is a lovely piece of kit, all things considered.
Written by Bruce Sigrist in: Discussion