While many of our new languages have been lesser know, there are some that have are incredibly popular. For instance, if you're an Android developer, then you'll love today's article on Hello World...
Why stop the new language train when it's just getting started? After Elm, Wren, and Julia, I've decided to take a stab at Hello World in Crystal.
To continue the new language trend, we're looking to implement Hello World in Julia, a numerical analysis language from 2012.
After Wren, it only made sense to continue the new language trend. In this article, we're tackling Hello World in Red, an open-source language that first appeared in 2011.
At this point in the series, I'm looking to explore new languages. Up first on that list is Hello World in Wren, a fast open-source scripting language.
In this article, we're implementing Hello World in Elm. Oh, you thought we were done with functional languages?