The QX Scripting Language
The QX scripting language provides a lightweight scripting environment that allows for the execution of scripts to automate the execution of commands, installations, software compilation actions, etc. It performs a similar function to that of shell (bash) scripts on Unix and Linux, and/or Powershell scripts on Windows, but is fully cross platform and works the same way on macOS, Windows and Linux.
Sling Language Reference
The Sling programming language is a general-purpose, object oriented programming language that can be used for all kinds of software development, including web and mobile application development, backend systems and database programming, server applications, desktop applications and embedded software. The language reference documentation specifies and describes the various features of the language in detail.
Build automation with QX
In this short tutorial, we will learn to make development faster by automating the build and packaging of your software for faster delivery by using QX build automation scripting.
Sling Project File
Each Sling project or module may contain a Sling project file, commonly referred to as a Pling file. This document describes the format and the supported data fields that can be specified in this file.
Sling programs can be compiled in many different ways, with many combinations of the compiler, libraries, and/or target platforms. The slingbuild package provides simple and straightforward ways to execute commonly used build commands in a reusable way.
Sling Tutorial: Getting started
In this tutorial, you will find out how to use the Sling development tools and how to create, compile and run small programs written in the Sling programming language. The content is presented as a consecutive serious of small programs, each of which demonstrates a particular feature or ability of the Sling language.
The Sling compiler
The slingc compiler, itself fully implemented in Sling, can compile and translate Sling programs to multiple programming languages, and can be used to turn Sling source code to executable programs.
The Jkop framework includes a number of widgets, which are reusable user interface components that can be used to construct good-looking, modern user interfaces for mobile devices as well as web and desktop applications. The Jkop Widget API offers a common development framework regardless of the underlying platform, but would use the underlying platform-specific mechanisms to provide the actual functionality.