Links is a feature-rich web programming language for research. It has often been the case that new features have been designed and studied in isolation. Unsurprisingly, this “methodology” inevitably leads to a system in which the interaction amongst several features is broken. However, for some combination of features it is not necessarily clear how to make them apt together. In this talk, we want to give a demonstration of the capabilities of the Links web programming system followed by a discussion of interesting open research challenges that have arisen from our work on Links.
Mon 23 Mar Times are displayed in time zone: Greenwich Mean Time : Belfast change
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