Linked by hbbio on Thu 25th Aug 2011 22:14 UTC
General Development "Opa, a new opensource programming language aiming to make web development transparent has been publicly launched. Opa automatically generates client-side Javascript and handles communication and session control. The ultimate goal of this project is to allow writing distributed web applications using a single programming language to code application logics, database queries and user interfaces. Among existing applications already developed in Opa, some are worth a look. Best place to start is the project homepage which contains extensive documentation while the code of the technology is on GitHub. A programming challenge ends October 17th." This is weird. 'Opa' is the nickname my friends gave me 6 years ago. It's still used more often than my actual name...
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RE: HaXe
by lambdaterm on Fri 26th Aug 2011 18:23 UTC in reply to "HaXe"
lambdaterm
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2011-08-26

HaXe is an interesting project, but I think it's quite different.

Opa is about web apps, while HaXe is mostly for programming multiplatform games.

They have some overlap (generating JS code) but that's not much compared to the many non-overlapping features of both projects.

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