Lynx is a way to program without learning a computer language. It adapts a technique used in making movies.

Lynx is a tool for solving real problems; it is not a mere teaching toy (though it should be both fun to use and easy to learn).

Lynx will make programming accessible to many people who need it, but currently can't. Eventually, serious developers will use Lynx to solve big problems too— it will offer an entirely new way to create software.

You'll use Lynx by opening a web app, where an editor tool will immediately appear before you. You'll be able to start creating and using your programs right away.

Lynx will erase the boundaries between code and software; between coder and user.

Founder

Tim Babb

Led teams and built software for 10 years at Pixar.

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