We just released a new graphics library for OCaml programmers. The Smoke Vector Graphics library provides easy-to-use, hardware-accelerated vector graphics rendered using OpenGL:
A compiled bytecode implementation of the library is freely available for download. The source code and Linux executables are provided for three demos.
As the third demo shows, our library facilitates interactivity in the conventional style of GUI programming, with callbacks invoked via events.
We are working on add-ins to provide mathematical typesetting, network visualization, graphing, charting, a new cross-platform vector GUI and securely scripted graphical web programming.
What languages did you learn, in what order? - I once compiled the following list of programming languages and which year I started learning them: - 1981: Sinclair BASIC (on a ZX81) - 1983: BBC BA...
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