Decker: Apple-II themed "multimedia platform" with an integrated scripting language (beyondloom.com)
from armchair_progamer@programming.dev to programming_languages@programming.dev on 27 May 02:42
https://programming.dev/post/14685112

From the homepage:

Decker is a multimedia platform for creating and sharing interactive documents, with sound, images, hypertext, and scripted behavior. You can try it in your web browser right now.

For more complex projects, Decker features a novel scripting language named Lil which is strongly influenced by both Lua, an imperative language popular for embedding in tools and game engines, and Q, a functional language in the APL family used with time-series databases. Lil is easy to learn and conventional enough not to ruffle any feathers for users with prior programming experience, but also includes pleasant surprises like implicit scalar-vector arithmetic and an integrated SQL-like query language. A few lines of Lil can go a long way.

There are lots more examples and documentation on the site.

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