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Juka Programming Language

Code once, Run everywhere


func main() = {    // Print Hello World    var y = "Hello World";    printLine(y);}

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Run on Any Device

At the current stage, Juka is interpreted. However, we are concurrently working on a Compiler (JIT). Juka's main goal is to be able to run on any platform including:
Windows, MacOS, Linux, MS Azure, FreeBSD, Raspberry Pi, C# dll, Unity3D, Android, etc...
Coming Soon:
iOS/iPadOS, MacOS App, TempleOS.



Use for Any Project

Juka can be used for all types of projects including server side coding, client side coding, native coding, web development, API development, data science, network security, and quantum computing. Our goal is to create a programming language that can run on any platform and we mean any!



Cloud Friendly

We created JukaAPI so that you can run it on any cloud server. This will allow one to use REST API to run code. Feel free to test it at https://api.jukalang.com.

You can also run Juka on Microsoft's Azure Server by using Juka's Azure serverless function. Compile the code quickly, or let the others run the code. Download latest Azure Function from https://jukalang.com/download.
NOTE: you need an active Microsoft Azure account to host.



Easy to Use Package Manager

All of the packages are hosted on GitHub. That's right! We made it simple to install and contribute to the package development. Our hope is that by hosting all packages on Github, security issues in the packages can be fixed quickly by the community. The packages contain a simple config file, making it simple for anyone to develop Juka packages.



Our Community

Join our ever growing Juka community (link). We use "Discord" for managing the community as it provides an easy way to stay connected. In order to join the community, you should click our invitation link and register a Discord account. If you already have an account, just join the "JukaLang" group. It's public and anyone can join!



Contribute to the Source

Juka is built by the community, for the community. Please consider contributing to the Juka GitHub repository at https://github.com/jukaLang When you create new features or modify the existing ones, please follow the guidelines specified in the project documentation.



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