Easy Software Development

Years ago, Brandon created the Leopard programming language – not to be confused with Leopard, the operating system that Apple will never release to manufacturing.

I didn’t realize just how deceptively simple it was to use until he sent me the link to a desktop widget mashup program he compiled with the following lines of Leopard code:

window

window title
Chris Pirillo – Live!

window size
1087
725

background color
white

weatherbug
98144
250×250
365
20

web
<embed width="320" height="261" src="http://ustream.tv/XNNCxeJ6icRBcYSZm,eDKw.usc" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" wmode="transparent" >
no scrollbars
20
20
325
265

webtwo
<iframe width="595" height="365" scrolling="no" src="http://chris.pirillo.com/live/chat.php" noresize="noresize" frameborder="no"></iframe>
no scrollbars
20
305
602
369

webthree
<img src="http://www.rentmychest.com/tallboy.jpg">
no scrollbars
645
20
405
653

End

That code makes this Windows EXE:

Making Windows Programs in Leopard

You can download the latest version of Leopard now. Seasoned software developers may laugh at the simplicity of the logic, but regular power users oughta love it just as much as they’ll love PopFly.