kayia is an actively used programming language created in 1999. Kayia is a way to construct a “declarative reactive” language based on a labeled, directed graph of edges. The excitement that I have with Kayia is that I think it has the potential to give software construction “the arch”, or that missing abstraction mechanism that has been holding it back. That’s a bold statement but I am attempting to prove that, because of its ability to start from such fine elements, simply A|B, and its capacity to manage yet not obstruct constructions of those elements, we can get higher-resolution constructions with greater control at the same time.
- the kayia website
- kayia first appeared in 1999
- kayia was created by David Broderick
- Have a question about kayia not answered here? Email me and let me know how I can help.
Last updated August 9th, 2020