Jotspot is planning to allow people to create composite applications by utilitzing pre-built templates that require no programming. The more tech savvy users can then customize these templates if necessary.
An article from Business Week had this to say:
Backed with $5.2 million from venture-capital firms Mayfield and Redpoint Ventures, JotSpot has created wiki software that lets people assemble, Lego-style, basic components such as mailing lists and calendars. With JotSpot’s wiki tools, users also can create applications that draw on the power of the Web. With a few keystrokes, data and services from other Web sites can be automatically tapped and deposited on the wiki.