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SeaLang Message Board › An interesting compile-to-js/html language: RapydScript/RapidML

An interesting compile-to-js/html language: RapydScript/RapidML

Alex "Kyureki" A.
Seattle, WA
Post #: 1
Hey everyone! I stumbled across an interesting pair of languages today (if you can call them both languages that is), RapydScript and RapydML. They give python-esque syntax to Javascript and HTML, respectively. RapydScript has been done before with Pyjamas, but unlike Pyjamas, it doesn't stick as heavily to the Python language. It's lighter and introduces some interesting marriages between the languages, such as anonymous function support. As for RapydML, it does look clearer to me, but it does require a lot of knowledge of HTML to use it so it's not for beginners. What does everyone else think of them, though?

Ted N.
user 11443827
Group Organizer
Seattle, WA
Post #: 4
I think it's worth bringing to the next open meeting and going over it collectively, at the very least. :-)
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