JAX London 2014: A retrospective
Stab 1.0 Beta2

New Multi-Paradigm Language for JVM

Jessica Thornsby

A second beta of Stab version 1.0 is now available.

Stab is a new multi-paradigm programming language designed for the Java Virtual Machine. It features the same primitive types and operators with automatic boxing/unboxing, and synchronised blocks and methods, as found in Java. Stab supports nested classes, but does not support inner classes. To access a non-static member of an outer class, the developer must use an explicit reference.

For more information on Stab and its features, please see the project’s webpage.

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