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.
require Core : show-window a-window swap "Hello there" as-caption swap contains: a-label "I'm here" as-value pack drop add-window ; main-panel contains: "press me" a-button "show-window" as-click-listener pack
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- Apache License 2.0
- Vaadin 7.0+
- Internet Explorer
- Google Chrome
- Android Browser