Ceylon 1.2 Brings New Language Features
Written by Michael Larabel in Programming on 29 October 2015 at 09:11 AM EDT. 3 Comments
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Ceylon, the programming language based on Java and developed at Red Hat, is out with a new version of this programming language that can be lowered down into JavaScript.

Ceylon 1.2 brings new language features of named constructors, serialization, native declrations, improved flow-sensitive typing, let/switch/if/object expressions, more powerful annotation constraints, etc. The JavaScript back-end also has experimental support for type functions. The Ceylon tooling provides a new debugger and a new Java EE packaging command.

Those interested in more details about the Ceylon 1.2 release or the Ceylon programming language in general can visit Ceylon-Lang.org.
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