Now I have also constructed an editor for alligator eggs. This editor is different from Torsten's editor with the nice animation discussed some days ago. My editor provides syntax-based user assistance instead, i.e. the user gets help in creating syntactically correct alligator eggs expressions. Whereas Torsten's editor has been created with DiaMeta (syntax defined by a class diagram), my approach relies on the DiaGen framework (syntax defined by a graph grammar).
Here is a screencast:
And here is the executable jar.
The underlying hyperedge replacement grammar is very straightforward and close to the textual lambda grammar: