Real-world software and services

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* [http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/gambit-repl/id434534076?mt=8&ls=1 Gambit REPL] by Marc Feeley (commercial, development environment, for iPhone/iPad)
* [http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/gambit-repl/id434534076?mt=8&ls=1 Gambit REPL] by Marc Feeley (commercial, development environment, for iPhone/iPad)
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* [https://github.com/takeoutweight/clojure-scheme clojure-scheme] by Nathan Sorenson (Clojure to Gambit Scheme compiler, ClojureWest2013 slides are [http://www.iro.umontreal.ca/~gambit/Sorenson-Clojure-to-Native-via-Scheme.pdf here])
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* [https://github.com/part-cw/lambdanative LambdaNative]  Open-source cross-platform development environment supporting Android, iOS, BlackBerry 10, OS X, Linux, Windows and OpenBSD. ICFP2013 preprint [http://ecem.ece.ubc.ca/~cpetersen/lambdanative_icfp13.pdf here].
==Games==
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* [http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/reverso/id334979538?mt=8 Reverso] by Alex Queiroz (commercial on App store, for iPhone)
* [http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/reverso/id334979538?mt=8 Reverso] by Alex Queiroz (commercial on App store, for iPhone)
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* [https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/usquish/id647308142 uSquish for iOS] and [https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=ca.bccw.usquish uSquish for Android] (free app on App stores, for iPhone and Android)
==Utilities==
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==Medical==
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* [http://phoneoximeter.org/ Phone Oximeter] by UBC/BC Children's Hospital (demonstrator, for iPhone)
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* [http://phoneoximeter.org/ Phone Oximeter] by UBC/BC Children's Hospital (clinical research tool, for iPhone)
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* [http://part.cfri.ca/telePORT/ telePORT] by UBC/BC Children's Hospital (operating room telemonitoring app, for [https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/telep0rt/id600593433 iPhone], Android, Windows and Linux)
==Business==
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==Industrial Control Systems==
==Industrial Control Systems==
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* [http://mbenelli.github.com/klio/ Klio tools] by Marco Benelli (open source, libraries, web server, web application and more)
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* [http://mbenelli.github.com/klio/ Klio tools] by Marco Benelli (open source, libraries - web server - web applications, used on x86, ARM, sh-2 processors with *nix and Windows OSes)

Latest revision as of 21:41, 17 September 2013

This page lists a collection of real-world software and services built with the Gambit-C Scheme system. Please add to this list if you know of a missing entry.

Contents

Programming Languages

  • JazzScheme by Guillaume Cartier (open-source, development environment, for Windows/Mac/Linux)
  • EdScheme by Schemers inc. (commercial, Scheme interpreter for Windows)
  • Gambit REPL by Marc Feeley (commercial, development environment, for iPhone/iPad)
  • clojure-scheme by Nathan Sorenson (Clojure to Gambit Scheme compiler, ClojureWest2013 slides are here)
  • LambdaNative Open-source cross-platform development environment supporting Android, iOS, BlackBerry 10, OS X, Linux, Windows and OpenBSD. ICFP2013 preprint here.

Games

  • Farmageddon by James Long (commercial on App store, for iPhone)
  • Reverso by Alex Queiroz (commercial on App store, for iPhone)

Utilities

  • FMDiff by Huslik Verlag GmbH (commercial, for Windows/Mac)

Productivity

  • Delectus by mikel evins, (commercial, a simple list manager for Mac OS X, available through the Mac App Store)

CAD

  • SGDLScript by SGDL Technology S.A. (commercial, 3D modeling, for Windows)

Medical

  • Phone Oximeter by UBC/BC Children's Hospital (clinical research tool, for iPhone)
  • telePORT by UBC/BC Children's Hospital (operating room telemonitoring app, for iPhone, Android, Windows and Linux)

Business

  • SellingPoint by Concentra corp. (commercial, sales configuration, for Windows)

Industrial Control Systems

  • Klio tools by Marco Benelli (open source, libraries - web server - web applications, used on x86, ARM, sh-2 processors with *nix and Windows OSes)
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