Simkin is an object-oriented, interpreted, embeddable, cross platform, scripting programming language, not garbage collected for small size, with simple syntax, that works with C++ or Java and XML. Easy, programmable interface for nonprogrammers. Scripts can be embedded in XML files. It is licensed as Open Source, under the Lesser GNU Public License.
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Lateral Arts Ltd.
Original Simkin website, its creator, Simon Whiteside, is CEO. London, UK. Bespoke software company, consultancy, focus: Java development expertise, applet implementation. Hosts gallery of affordable contemporary art.
Simple syntax, cross platform, interpreted embeddable scripting language designed to work with C++ or Java and XML. Easy, programmable interface for nonprogrammers. Script can be embedded in XML files. [Open Source, LGPL]
Simkin: A Scripting Language for XML
By Benoît Marchal. It mixes XML with a scripting language. Use it to create more flexible applications that can be reconfigured, or extended, via XML files. [Developer.com, Gamelan.com, EarthWeb]
Views from Abroad: Simkin, A New Breed of Scripting Language
By Benoît Marchal. This open-source embedded scripting language from the UK encourages you to insert scripts in the middle of XML data files, making it a valuable tool. [Developer.com, Gamelan.com, EarthWeb]
Scripting Java Applications with XML and Simkin
By Simon Whiteside. XML is increasingly used to store data in Java programs. Article shows how XML can be extended to incorporate behavior, via author's open source scripting language. [O'Reilly ONJava.com] (February 01, 2001)
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