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Most languages are still copying the Smalltalk tools of yesterday - GTInspector (written in Glamorous) takes live exploration of code/running objects to a new level. It's really slick, and better yet, you can easily write your own inspectors in 10 lines of code. See More
Roassal and Mondrian provide fantastic and easily used frameworks for graphics, graphing and advanced visualisations (comparable to D3.js) but with much less code. Visualisations can be rendered into web friendly graphics (SVG, .png etc.) without additional work. See More
If you want extreme stability - you will have to look at older versions of Pharo as v6 & v7(beta) are embracing git (ultimately it feels like a good thing but it has meant you need to frequently update and cope with old and new ways of doing things). See More
No need to search google for compact beautiful examples of how to do things, your live environment source is available and you can easily live search, see how it works and copy how the masters would do it (examples most languages still copy too). See More
Great Smalltalk implementation, you can compile it from source See More