quick development programming language
Kite is a programming language designed to minimize as much of the programmer experience as possible — quick development, fast execution with low CPU and memory usage. Of course, there's more to kite than that, so lets get started on a real introduction.
On being unique
Kite's syntax is different from most languages, if you're used to your curly braces, indented blocks or end statements, you're in for a little surprise. But hey, cheer up, change is good!
DocumentationIncluded Downloadable and online: http://www.kite-language.org/docs/kite-1.0.3-docs/
released on 24 November 2010
This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 28 February 2017.
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