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6th Jan '15 5:51:21 PM MarkLungo
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An object-oriented UsefulNotes/ApplicationProgrammingInterface for the AppleMacintosh, released in 1987. It used the concept of a Rolodex-style stack of data cards, with links from card to card. It made programming very easy; so easy, that it threatened commercial Mac software. Apple didn't know what to do with it, and was slow to develop it. The last update was in 1998. Promised further updates ended up as {{Vaporware}}, and it was abandoned in 2004.

The World Wide Web is a SpiritualSuccessor of [=HyperCard=] (among many other things). HTTP, Java, and Wikis were all pioneered by people who had used [=HyperCard=], and were inspired by its simple and intuitive interface.

!!Games written in [=HyperCard=]:

* ''VideoGame/CosmicOsmo''
* ''VideoGame/TheManhole''
* ''VideoGame/{{Myst}}''
* ''{{Spelunx}}''
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An object-oriented UsefulNotes/ApplicationProgrammingInterface for the AppleMacintosh, released in 1987. It used the concept of a Rolodex-style stack of data cards, with links from card to card. It made programming very easy; so easy, that it threatened commercial Mac software. Apple didn't know what to do with it, and was slow to develop it. The last update was in 1998. Promised further updates ended up as {{Vaporware}}, and it was abandoned in 2004.

The World Wide Web is a SpiritualSuccessor of [=HyperCard=] (among many other things). HTTP, Java, and Wikis were all pioneered by people who had used [=HyperCard=], and were inspired by its simple and intuitive interface.

!!Games written in [=HyperCard=]:

* ''VideoGame/CosmicOsmo''
* ''VideoGame/TheManhole''
* ''VideoGame/{{Myst}}''
* ''{{Spelunx}}''
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17th Aug '13 7:18:41 AM Whitecroc
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An object-oriented ApplicationProgrammingInterface for the AppleMacintosh, released in 1987. It used the concept of a Rolodex-style stack of data cards, with links from card to card. It made programming very easy; so easy, that it threatened commercial Mac software. Apple didn't know what to do with it, and was slow to develop it. The last update was in 1998. Promised further updates ended up as {{Vaporware}}, and it was abandoned in 2004.

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An object-oriented ApplicationProgrammingInterface UsefulNotes/ApplicationProgrammingInterface for the AppleMacintosh, released in 1987. It used the concept of a Rolodex-style stack of data cards, with links from card to card. It made programming very easy; so easy, that it threatened commercial Mac software. Apple didn't know what to do with it, and was slow to develop it. The last update was in 1998. Promised further updates ended up as {{Vaporware}}, and it was abandoned in 2004.
27th Aug '12 8:55:01 PM Thexder
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* ''CosmicOsmo''
* ''TheManhole''
* ''{{Myst}}''

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* ''CosmicOsmo''
''VideoGame/CosmicOsmo''
* ''TheManhole''
''VideoGame/TheManhole''
* ''{{Myst}}''''VideoGame/{{Myst}}''
30th Jul '11 12:18:17 AM Tyoria
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An object-oriented ApplicationProgrammingInterface for the AppleMacintosh, released in 1987. It used the concept of a Rolodex-style stack of data cards, with links from card to card. It made programming very easy; so easy, that it threatened commercial Mac software. Apple [[MissedMomentOfAwesome didn't know what to do with it]], and was slow to develop it. The last update was in 1998. Promised further updates ended up as {{Vaporware}}, and it was abandoned in 2004.

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An object-oriented ApplicationProgrammingInterface for the AppleMacintosh, released in 1987. It used the concept of a Rolodex-style stack of data cards, with links from card to card. It made programming very easy; so easy, that it threatened commercial Mac software. Apple [[MissedMomentOfAwesome didn't know what to do with it]], it, and was slow to develop it. The last update was in 1998. Promised further updates ended up as {{Vaporware}}, and it was abandoned in 2004.
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