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WebScript. Or maybe better DynaScript? (dynamic but also sometimes as dangerous as dynamite ;)

 

I actually like a lot its original working title Mocha, I wish they had kept it. Even though it's not particularly descriptive, at least it's honest about not having anything to do with Java.

 
 
 
  • Paradigm-agnostic application language
  • Developer-forgiving interpreted language
  • With great power comes great responsibility
 
 

AnyScript... Cuz it's lack of rigidity kinda allows you to make pretty much anything.

 
 

BrowserScript...ah crap nodejs. Let's call it AES asynchronous event script :)

 
 
 

LiveScript, the first official name before it was renamed to Javascript.

 
 
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