Gremlin is a domain specific language for traversing graphs. Graphs are data structures where there exists vertices (i.e. dots, nodes) and edges (i.e. lines, arcs). Gremlin was designed to work with a type of graph called a property graph. Property graphs are defined, in detail, in the Defining a Property Graph section of this documentation. By using Gremlin, it is possible make use of a REPL (command line/console) to interactively traverse a graph.
MoonScript is a dynamic scripting language that compiles into Lua. MoonScript provides a clean syntax using significant whitespace that avoids all the keyword noise typically seen in a Lua script. It also adds table comprehensions, implicit return on functions, classes, inheritance, scope management statements import & export, and a convenient object creation statement called with.
XION is an xTalk language similar to the ones used by HyperCard, SuperCard, and Runtime Revolution. OpenXION (OH-pen-EK-shun) is the reference implementation of the XION scripting language, an open standard. The authors claim: “XION (EK-shun) is a kind of scripting language that enables ordinary people to do extraordinary things. You do not need to learn a bunch of cryptic symbols and how to put them in exactly the right places in order to tell your computer what to do. Since XION has been created to resemble natural English, all you need is a basic understanding of the English language.”
The JavaFX Script programming language lets you create modern looking applications with sophisticated graphical user interfaces. It was designed from the ground up to make GUI programming easy; its declarative syntax, data binding model, animation support, and built-in visual effects let you accomplish more work with less code, resulting in shorter development cycles and increased productivity.
Tuga is a small, opinionated, statically-typed scripting language that is oriented around OOP and getting things done. It has some aspects of Ruby, Python, Java, and ECMAScript but aims to be better than all these at building large-scale systems while still being good for quick scripts.
xsltxt provides an alternative non-xml syntax for XSLT stylesheets that is easier to write, understand and maintain. The semantics of xsltxt are the same as XSLT written in XML, only the syntax is changed, and the standard
javax.xml.transform APIs are used to perform the actual transformations.