Scalagna 0.1: Towards Multi-tier Programming with Scala and Scala.js
In the state-of-practice, developing web applications requires dealing with multiple programming languages or codebases. To address this issue, researchers have proposed multi-tier languages such as Hop or Eliom that support client and server development in a single language and in one codebase. Even if such multi-tier languages are often strongly based on an existing language - for instance Hop is based on Scheme and Eliom on OCaml - they are new languages, and require a new compiler.
Conference DayTue 10 AprDisplayed time zone: Amsterdam, Berlin, Bern, Rome, Stockholm, Vienna change
11:00 - 12:30
|A Framework for Dynamic Inter-Device Task Dispatch with Eventual Consistency|
|Scalagna 0.1: Towards Multi-tier Programming with Scala and Scala.js|
|Session Types for Tierless Web Applications|
|Group discussion 2|