CoffeScript Vs TypeScript: I often get this request to do a comparison between CoffeScript and TypeScript. My simple answer to that is “CoffeScript is for masses and TypeScript is for classes”. TypeScript is covered next.
Read more about CoffeScript at official website - coffeescript.org.
If you want to evaluate or just play around with Typescript without setting it up on your machine, you can do that here at TypeScript playground.
Read more about Typescript at official website - typescriptlang.org.
Do we have to wait for that? Not Really!!
Babel also comes packed with react.js support and in built JSX transformation engine. Babel-Sublime package would power up the syntax highlighting in sublime text. Babel is distributed as open source under MIT license and available for free public use. Babel runs on Jade template engine and is available as npm package.
Read more about Babel at official website here - babeljs.io.
You can read more about ELM at – elm-lang.org.
Haxe compilers compile to the native code of almost all platforms and that too without compromising with the performance. The compiled code runs directly in the native platforms without the need of virtual machine runtimes.
Haxe as a whole consists of
- - Programming language
- - Haxe Cross Compiler
- - Haxe Standard Library
- - Haxe based Frameworks and Tools
Haxe is used by developers and enterprises across the globe for developing cross platform games, apps, frameworks and tools.
You can read more about Haxe here at - haxe.org.
You can download and read more about Traceur here at - traceur-compiler on githuub.
More details about EMScripten here at official website - emscripten-site.
GWT is the creation of Google and Google uses GWT for many of its internal products including Google AdWords and Google Wallet. It's open source under apache license, completely free, and has a fairly strong user community across the globe.
You can read more about GWT at -gwtproject.org.
Satoshi Muramaki and George Zahariev are the other key developers who worked with Jeremy Ashkenas to create LiveScript.
You can read more about LiveScript at – livescript.net.
You can read more about ClojureScript here at - clojurescript.