- Bob Smith's list of APL Projects
- Native Cloud Systems APL engine
- New J IDE - qjide - Qooxdoo J IDE
- 2012 J Conference Talks
- ELI - A System for Programming with Arrays
- Why APL?
- The APL Movie
Upcoming APL Events
NYCJUG Meeting: Tuesday, December 10th, 2013The regular monthly meeting of the New York City J Users Group will be held at 6:30 pm, at the offices of ThomasNet, 5 Penn Plaza, New York, NY. Take a look at our meeting notes and our Meetup page.
APL2000 2014: March 23-25, 2014The 2014 APL2000 User Conference will be held March 23-25 in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, USA, at the GALLERYone, a Doubletree Suites by Hilton. The Ft. Lauderdale airport (FLL) is a short taxi ride away. Special Conference room rates have been arranged and are also available before and after the conference dates. Look here for more information.
J Conference 2014: July 24-25, 2014Watch here for updates.
Recent APL Events:
NYCJUG Meeting: Tuesday, November 12th, 2013The regular monthly meeting of the New York City J Users Group was held at 6:30 pm, at the Heartland Brewery in the basement of the Empire State Building at 34th and 5th. Take a look at our meeting notes and our Meetup page.
Dyalog '13: October 20-24, 2013The 2013 Dyalog APL conference was held in Deerfield Beach, Florida, USA. The conference ran from Sunday, October 20th through Thursday, October 24th. Look here for more information.
APL BUG Meeting: Monday, August 12th, 2013The APL Bay Area Users' Group (The Northern California SIGAPL of the ACM) met at 6:30 p.m., Monday, 12 August 2013, at the Asian Box restaurant at 142 Castro St., Mountain View, CA 94041, (650) 584-3947.
BAA Moot: May 17-19, 2013Following the success of last year's gathering, the British APL Association held an APL Moot starting Friday, May 17th, through Sunday, May 19th, 2013 at the Lee Valley Youth Hostel in Cheshunt, England, a short train ride from London. More information may be found here.
BAA London - April Symposium: Friday, April 26th, 2013The April Symposium was held on Friday, April 26th, 2013, at The Albion, 2/3 New Bridge Street, City of London. Suggestions and discussion of agenda may made and found here.
APL Germany Spring Meeting: April 29th and 30th, 2013This two-day meeting took place on Monday and Tuesday, April 29-30, 2013, in Hamburg, Germany. More information can be found here and the conference agenda is posted here
Jim Brown Spoke at APL BUG, February 23rd, 2013Jim Brown, known as the chief architect of IBM's APL2, spoke on "APL2: the Early Years: Can you and should you compromise on technical issues?" at the APL Bay Area Users' Group. This talk was originally given at York University's commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the publication of Ken Iverson's book "A Programming Language". The talk was held at San Jose State University, College of Engineering Room ENG 339 (E San Fernando St. & S 7th St. San Jose, CA 95192).
Details of the talk can be found here.
Run APL in Your Browser!Paul L. Jackson has implemented a session manager for a version of the browser-based APL - NGN APL, mentioned below - he is hosting. The site also provides an install package and an example of using APL for a simple web page.
Gnu Open-source APL ReleasedGNU APL is a free interpreter for which the source code is available. It is written and is being maintained by Jürgen Sauermann under a Gnu license. It is aimed at a Linux environment but compiles under Cygwin for a Windows environment.
Dyalog APL for Raspberry PiDyalog Ltd is delighted to announce the general availability of Dyalog APL Version 13.2 for the Raspberry Pi - models A and B, which run Debian-based operating systems.
Open-source APL: NARSInformation about the free, open-source APL interpreter NARS is available here. NARS - Nested Arrays Research System - is working toward a mechanism to tell the interpreter that a user-defined APL function is a new primitive function, operator, or datatype.
New J IDEA new J IDE, called "qjide", still in beta testing, may be found here.
ELI - a free APL-based array system - now for Linux and MacELI, an array programming language system based on APL but with an ASCII character set, has most functionalities of the ISO APL standard as well as added facilities such as: lists for non-homogeneous data, complex numbers, temporal data, control structures and scripting files.
Kx Systems at the National Museum of MathematicsKx Systems is sponsoring an exhibit at the newly-opened National Museum of Mathematics (MoMath) at 11 East 26th Street in Manhattan, New York.
Dissect: Two-Dimensional J Phrase AnalyzerA work in progress to develop a tool to execute a J phrase and display the result in a 2-dimensional format to allow a user to dissect the code and study how J works.
The APL\360 Source Code availableAs part of the York Computer Museum's 50th anniversary celebration of APL, the source code for the original APL\360 interpreter is now available for download.