imba - The new programming language for web apps

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if ruby and react had an indentation-based child, what would it look like? Imba is a new programming language for the web that compiles to performant and readable JavaScript. It has language level support for defining, extending, subclassing, instantiating and rendering dom nodes. To get started with Imba, we recommend reading through the official guide. If you just want to get going, clone hello-world-imba and follow the readme.

http://imba.io
https://github.com/somebee/imba

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