Ada-Java Interfacing Suite by The Adacore-Team : http://www.adacore.com/gnatpro/toolsuite/ada-java/
ADA 2012 + Microsoft .NET Framework or GROOVY + Java/Spring Framework ?????????
Groovy and his convention-like frameworks Grails, Griffon and Java/Spring ecosystem is well suited for my agile approach on future control system projects but ADA 2012 is clearely more robust and simple and .NET framework can complete the omissions of ADA ecosystem. Two of them have interesting features , Hard to choose XD
Groovy : http://groovy.codehaus.org/
ADA or JAVA ? With JAVA we can find a job ! but with ADA we can change the World ! 😀
ADA 2012 The most Advanced Language for safe and secure Software : http://www.adacore.com/adaanswers/about/ada-2012/
For my Teamwork Framework project and Rapid Prototyping Tools project for D.I.Y. Makers ( Do It Yourself) in Robotic and Mechatronic , I am studying a very interesting programming language Groovy and his “Ruby on Rails“-like framework called Grails . Groovy, the power and rich ressource of java combined with the easy of Ruby, Ruby on Rails, Python and smaltalk.
Groovy is an agile and dynamic language for the Java Virtual Machine. Builds upon the strengths of Java but has additional power features inspired by languages like Python, Ruby and Smalltalk. Makes modern programming features available to Java developers with almost-zero learning curve.
Homepage link : http://groovy.codehaus.org/
For my Teamwork framework project and Rapid Prototyping Tools project,
The Simple Viewpoints Framework is an innovative tool project for a simple and agile approach in understanding A.I., Control systems, mechatronic and Robotic systems. The purpose is a clean, clear, simple and easy 5 view models (diagrams set) for describing any architecture systems/Platforms/Frameworks/API’s/Plugins in a way that even a noob member contributor in a teamwork can easily and rapidly understand the system used by the team and participate efficiently to the collective project.
More details coming soon.
Urbi is an advanced robotics operating system (by Gostai company) , already available for a large number of robots like Aldebaran® Nao, Segway® RMP or Lego® Mindstorm, among 15 other different robots. In May 2010, Gostai decided to open Urbi’s code base to the community with a GNU AGPL license, making it completely open source.