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jklondon
New to Scratch
2 posts

Anyone using Scratch interface in Business Automation?

I am working on building a product that will automate a complicated process done by humans today.

We need a way to allow these humans to write rules to express what they do today to make the automation happen.

The humans here are not developers - so exposing ‘code’ is not going to work.

I came across Scratch and thought this may be an abstract enough interface we could offer.

Very curious to know if anyone is using this interface in business applications today? Does the licence allow for this?

Thanks
JK
badatprogrammingibe
Scratcher
500+ posts

Anyone using Scratch interface in Business Automation?

Scratch's license allows for this, however I suggest that you wait till scratch 3.0 though as the current scratch requires flash.
dude341
Scratcher
1000+ posts

Anyone using Scratch interface in Business Automation?

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jklondon
New to Scratch
2 posts

Anyone using Scratch interface in Business Automation?

badatprogrammingibe wrote:

Scratch's license allows for this, however I suggest that you wait till scratch 3.0 though as the current scratch requires flash.
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MegaApuTurkUltra
Scratcher
1000+ posts

Anyone using Scratch interface in Business Automation?

Scratch is primarily meant for children to learn programming. Maybe writing your own block system with Blockly, or using Snap! would be a better idea?

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