17 Languages

We've used the word languages here, but these can be any tools or frameworks. Languages can have primary hackrooms, where that language is the main focus, or secondary hackrooms where it's used as a sideline.

Js
1 hackroom
25 fans

JavaScript is one of the most widely used languages in the world thanks to its flexibility. Frameworks and libraries like React and Angular are making it even more popular for speeding up the web. 


This page use...
Html
1 hackroom
24 fans

HTML is a markup language that defines the content of a web page. 


CSS defines the style of the HTML elements and is usually stored in a separate file, referring to elements either directly by their tag name (e....
Python
2 hackrooms
14 fans
Ruby
3 hackrooms
8 fans
Ruby is a wonderful language to write in. It's readable, not too fiddly and Rails is magical to build apps with. 
Java
0 hackrooms
12 fans
Rails
3 hackrooms
7 fans
A Ruby-based framework built by David Heinemeier Hansson that makes app building super fast. It favours

Git

Git
1 hackroom
8 fans
Untitled
1 hackroom
8 fans

PHP

Php
0 hackrooms
6 fans

C

C
0 hackrooms
2 fans
Scala
0 hackrooms
2 fans
Swift
0 hackrooms
2 fans
Haskell
0 hackrooms
2 fans

An advanced, purely functional programming language. 


Every expression in Haskell has a type which is determined at compile time. All the types composed together by function application have to match up. If they...
Middleman
0 hackrooms
1 fan

Middleman
is a Ruby-based static site generator that allows you to create a workflow for generating a website using developer environment luxuries like Sass, Haml, live reloading and dynamic templat...

Go

Go
0 hackrooms
0 fans
Go is an open source programming language developed by a team at Google and the open source community. 

C#

Csharp
0 hackrooms
2 fans

C# (pronounced as see sharp) is a multi-paradigm programming language encompassing strong typing,

Vue

Vue
0 hackrooms
0 fans