Doing a Tao3D version of the Helvetica Clock Chrome Experiment shows a 33 times reduction in code size compared to the original.
Taodyne just released Tao3D "Libre Edition", a GPLv3 version of Tao3D.
The video below is a quick introduction to the Tao language: The source code is accessible on GitHub. You can download Tao Presentations from the Taodyne web site if you want to try it yourself.
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I've been working for years on a programming language called XL. XL stands for "extensible language". The idea is to create a programming language that starts simple and grows with you. All the work of Taodyne, including our fancy 3D graphics, is based on XL. If you think that Impress.js is cool (and it definitely is), … Continue reading Designing a new programming language