The image above shows the Myst application launcher.
No language or framework will become popular unless it can produce applications that people want to use and are willing to purchase.
My focus in developing MySmalltalk is to create non-trivial applications as early as possible. This tests the limits of the language and builds the foundation libraries needed to compete with existing frameworks such as Angular.js, Bootstrap, Backbone.js, and so on.
MySmalltalk is built using the Qooxdoo.org framework which is amazingly good.
As I build tools and applications, I add the Smalltalk bindings to Qooxdoo needed to perform certain tasks.
An example would be the StyleManager and HtmlWriter classes which were created yesterday and are being used today to create the Applications window and the Welcome window on the site.
Today, I also added a new tool called ImageManager which helps me with deploying the Myst image to a local server or to the MySmalltalk.com site.
Development and deployment with MySmalltalk is incredibly quick.
Just create a new Smalltalk class using the desktop version, test it on the local server, and then deploy to the main server.
All of this is done while remaining totally in the Smalltalk environment,
The class library is very, very limited at the moment. This will improve as I add better refactoring capabilities to the class browser and add various tools such as inspectors.
The download for the desktop version will be updated about once per day. When everything is a bit more stable, I will upload it to the Google Play store as a Chrome application. That should make installation a lot easier.