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OPScript is a statically typed object oriented language, created to be executed as client code in Web pages. Among other features, the language supports class persistent additions, verbal communication, first class types and the definition of object models in XML. Class persistent additions are an elegant solution to the problem of the stateless condition of the HTTP protocol and also it reduces interaction with the server. Verbal communication makes transparent to the programmer the communication between objects, being them in the client machine or in the server. This feature makes code reutilization easier and makes the application independent of a specific technology.
Date of Conference: 4-9 March 2007