Limnor, .NET Codeless Programming Language

Discuss other programming languages besides AutoHotkey
SOTE
Posts: 1019
Joined: 15 Jun 2015, 06:21

Limnor, .NET Codeless Programming Language

06 Sep 2018, 05:50

Very interesting codeless .NET programming language, that allows the code to be visualized in a couple of different ways. Produces C# source code, dlls, and compiled applications. Though it's primarily codeless, can be used with various scripting languages. They are now open source. And to top it all off, the creators seem to have been aware of AutoHotkey and wrote a PDF on how to use AutoHotkey with Limnor.

Website: http://www.limnor.com/

Limnor Source Code at GitHub Link: https://github.com/Limnor/Limnor-Studio-Source-Code

Limnor and AutoHotkey PDF: http://www.limnor.com/support/AutoHotKey_Limnor.pdf

Download Limnor Studio Link: http://www.limnor.com/LimnorDownload.html

Note- Limnor Studio contains both a 32bit and 64bit version.

Limnor Videos:
https://www.youtube.com/user/LimnorStudio/videos
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rSqvCsIuam8
Last edited by SOTE on 19 Feb 2020, 13:28, edited 2 times in total.
burque505
Posts: 1287
Joined: 22 Jan 2017, 19:37

Re: Limnor, .NET Codeless Programming Language

16 Oct 2019, 17:57

Don't know how I missed this post. I fooled around with it years ago, the developers are very helpful.
SOTE
Posts: 1019
Joined: 15 Jun 2015, 06:21

Re: Limnor, .NET Codeless Programming Language

19 Feb 2020, 13:32

Added link to Limnor tutorial videos. If a person is persistent with it, looks like some pretty advanced programs can be made with a minimum amount of written code. A very interesting curve ball way to dive into C# and .NET. Limnor is debatably among the best of the visual codeless languages.

However, there is a point where there is no avoiding what must be complicated, even in a visual codeless language. Visual complexity and keeping track of numerous actions can at a certain point (and size of program) become as equally complicated as writing code. Probably at that point and as time goes by, the visual coder may have become at least an intermediate level programmer, so can deal with it or is more easily able to augment what they are doing by adding written code or calling Dlls.

Return to “Other Programming Languages”

Who is online

Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 14 guests