3 edition of HyperCard Authoring Tool (Instruction Guide) found in the catalog.
HyperCard Authoring Tool (Instruction Guide)
by Career Publishing (CA)
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||200|
Introduction to Authoring Tools Objectives (or book) metaphor, the flow-line metaphor, and HyperCard, released in , provided the first use of the card metaphor in authoring. The tool, made for the Macintosh computer, models the product being created as a stack of index cards. Buttons can be placed on a card (or in aFile Size: 90KB. Hypercard in a Hurry: The Fast Track to Multimedia. Reading, Wadsworth. ISBN: X: tutorial guide; a good way to get started with HyperCard: Culp, George, and G. Morgan Watkins. (). The Educator's Guide to Hypercard and Hypertalk, Revised Edition. Boston: Allyn & Bacon. ISBN:
HyperCard, designed for Macintosh microcomputers, and ToolBook, for microcomputers that run on MS-DOS, are compared in the areas of programing languages, graphics and printing capabilities, user interface, system configurations, and by: 2. A software data management/authoring tool based on the concept of hypertext, HyperCard provides the skeleton upon which virtually any Mac user can flesh out multimedia courseware.
They use it for library orientation tours or as a tool in bibliographic instruction. They have formatted it to be an interface to their online catalogs.1 Two recent examples of HyperCard show other uses: furnishing a framework to organize bibliographical references, and displaying reference data about CD-ROM technology. Figure HyperCard Appointment Book This simple application demonstrates several of HyperCard's commonly used facilities for prototyping, such as text fields, buttons, icons, and the ability to create cards with a graphic look that mimics print conventions.
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HyperCard Creativity Tool for Writing, Organizing, and Multi-media provides step-by-step instruction in the use of HyperCard Version as a personal and academic productivity tool. Topics include: autobiographies, social issues, collections, interactive reports and stories, and conducting polls and surveys.
Danny Goodman is the author of The Complete HyperCard Handbook, an all-time bestseller and winner of the "best book" award from the Computer Press Association. His AppleScript Handbook, currently in its second edition, is the book most often recommended by Cited by: COVID Resources.
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The year of HyperCard's unveiling, the San Francisco-based television show Computer Chronicles produced a program about the software. The hosts of the episode very quickly identified the program's Author: Matthew Lasar. This metaphor originated with Apple Computer's HyperCard authoring tool, which was created by Bill Atkinson in the mids.
The first version of HyperCard was released in August and it became a huge hit in both education and multimedia sectors. The_Complete_HyperCard_Handbook Identifier-ark ark://t49p4zd1j Isbn X Lccn //r Ocr ABBYY FineReader Openlibrary OLM Openlibrary_edition OLM Openlibrary_work OLW Pages Ppi Pages: HyperCard is a simple but powerful programming environment for the Macintosh.
You can literally draw your programs and fill them with life using the easy to understand HyperTalk Language. In HyperCard you can simply combine differend kind of media such as text, image, sound and even movies (QuickTime format). Design a basic cover with our Cover Creator tool.
Try templates to create covers with any program that will open PNG or PDF file and save a PDF file. See a detailed guide with file type, size, image, barcode, and color g: HyperCard. Multimedia Authoring Tools • Multimedia Authoring: These are the tools which provide the capability for creating a complete multimedia presentation, including interactive user control,arecalledauthoringtools/p/p grograms.
• Some of the examples are: 1. Macromedia Flash. Macromedia Director 3. Author ware 4. Size: KB. Authoring tools usually enable a user to create a final application merely linking together. Objects such as paragraph of text, illustration (or) song can be embedded in a web page with the help of authoring tools.
TYPES OF AUTHORING TOOLS. There are 3 types of authoring tools and they are as follows: i. Card and page based tools. The Reedsy Book Editor is a free online writing tool allowing any author to format and create professional ePub and print-ready files in seconds.
The @ReedsyHQ Book Editor allows you to write, format, edit and export – for free. reedsy. g: HyperCard. Multimedia Authoring Tools• Multimedia authoring tools provide the framework for organizing and editing the elements of a multimedia project.• Authoring software provides an integrated environment for combining the content and functions of a project.• It enables the developer to combine text, graphics, audio, video.
HyperCard authoring, knowledge acquisition and assimilation SUMMARY The results of this study, for the most part, indicate that students engaging in the development of HyperCard-based programs featuring the various factors affecting the values of certain decades promotes an increased awareness of the interrelatedness of these by: 7.
Introduction to Multimedia SMM Dr. Rabiah Abdul Kadir Jabatan Multimedia, FSKTM, UPM [email_address] HyperCard is an application program and programming tool for Apple Macintosh and Apple IIGS computers, that is among the first successful hypermedia systems before the World Wide Web.
It combines database capabilities with a Operating System: Mac. HyperCard is an enhanced Version of HyperCard 2. AddMotion II is a great addition to HyperCard allowing to "animate" (move) objects in front of a background without any coding.
AddMotion was first introduced at Macworld for the. HyperCard is application software and a programming tool for Apple Macintosh and Apple IIGS computers. It is among the first successful hypermedia systems before the World Wide Web.
It combines database abilities with a graphical, flexible. Ebook Authoring Software Apple Macintosh HyperCardThis was developed by The Voyager Company to create ebooks in the early s. This is the complete set with both floppy disks and the full manual in a very nice hard case.
Software was installed and tested on a vintage Macintosh and everything works great. But is HyperCard a multimedia authoring tool.
Sort of. When HyperCard debuted init was one of the first multimedia programs. Those were the days of expensive black-and-white Macs, and HyperCard’s then-inspiring presentation capabilities owed a great debt to its primogenitor, Bill Atkinson, creator of QuickDraw and MacPaint.
HyperCard Starts the Race Towards Authoring. There is a little more to the story of Powerpoint and it's connections with computer-based training authoring tools.
In Apple launched a product called HyperCard. It was an amazing product for that time. People without any heavy programming skills could use HyperCard to produce interactive content. It was a huge Author: Brent Schlenker. HYPERCARD "WITHOUT THE HYPE" The ST's Zoomracks came first.
by Elizabeth Metzger Armstrong. When Apple's new Hypercard won the spotlight during last summer's Macworld Expo in Boston, Apple called it the next big breakthrough in osh owners weren't the only ones to be curious about it, though.Here is a list of some purpose-made html editors and authoring tools: SIMON A shared hot-list tool.
Webber An HTML authoring tool with a validating SGML parser BBEdit HTML Tools a package of extensions for BBEdit or BBEdit-lite for the Mac. Contact: @ A new release of the original BBEdit HTML extensions.The first half of the book reveals every shortcut and undocumented feature the author knows for HyperCard browsing, graphics and authoring.
The second half gently leads you into HyperCard's comprehensive programming level and the HyperTalk language. You get step-by-step explanations of several fully-featured Hyper-talk intensive applications.