April 01, 2011 by James Lindenbaum
Since launching Ruby support in 2007, we’ve been constantly expanding the platform to accommodate more application types and to make the platform more accessible to a broader audience of developers.
We are very pleased today to announce full support for applications written in the Logo programming language.
Going back to our roots with an in-browser editor, we believe that interactive programming and getting started quickly lend well to learning. Ruby is an excellent language for learning (check out Hackety Hack), and Logo is even better.
Logo is a fully-featured and beautifully designed functional Lisp-style programming language. It shares many properties with (and is an ancestor...Read more →