A Forth inspired interpreter with bindings to Vaadin

Herd is an experimental interpreter for a concatenative programming language derived from Forth. It has bindings to Vaadin and a simple persistence API built on plain SQL.

Current version has two working examples and a very limited amount of words. The SQL WordSet is broken in 0.1 after a big refactoring of core interpreter.

See the project GitHub page for further information.

Install

Link to this version
ExperimentalReleased 11 September 2013Apache License 2.0
Framework Support
Vaadin 7.0+
Browser Compatibility
8
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Release notes - Version 0.1.0

Initial release