Au makes it simple and fast to develop cross platform, full stack, robust applications
Au is a modern programming language that helps novice developers become expert, and experienced developers code with technologies they have no expertise in. It is an example of Automatic Coding, but don't worry. Au does not suffer from the
of automatic coding. It was designed by developers for developers and it can be used to write any kind of software! Au models the entire stack: learn Au and you are a full stack developer.
Features of Au
Full stack development: Au lets you write for the Interface, Server, Console, and Database
Writing applications in Au is fast, you write less code, and need fewer developers, when compared to other languages
Write maintainable code with good documentation using Au specific documentation keywords
When using Au your code is future-proof. You can change your target or update to a new platform release simply by changing a single line of code!
You can target many platforms at the same time. So in Au you can write your Web, iOS and Android applications simultaneously, producing native code for each platform
Au allows you to model your database, so Au developers can build the database back-end as easily as they can the interface
Au can be extended by Services, Libraries, and Frameworks. For example, it is easy to call the functions of a Web Service Provider to build a distributed application
Au lets you build web services and libraries too, so others can use your code
Languages supported by Au
Au just writes the code you would have done, if you were expert in the target technology. So Au does not introduce a new technology into your business. If you are delivering solutions in PHP, Au writes PHP! Of course it can do a lot more...
Reasons to learn Au
Au is simple to learn, a typical graduate, with no previous coding experience, is up to speed in 2 weeks or less
Au makes handling the full stack easy. One language covers the Interface, Services, Tasks, Console Applications, and Database
It means you will be expert in all kinds of languages and technologies out of the box! You might not understand Swift, but you can write Swift applications if you code in Au
You can write software much faster. Au concepts simplify the code you have to write, and Au's expressive and concise syntax means you write less of it
The Au Shell supports the developer with Syntax Coloring, Dynamic Au Help, Intellisense, Database Modelling, Drag and Drop, Deployment over the air, and a fully integrated Debugger. The Au Debugger allows you to debug your application in native Au, regardless of the chosen target technology
A deeper dive
The Au Compiler takes the Au language and turns it into code, in your chosen target language
Extensible by Domain Specific Languages (DSL), means the Au language can add new curated experiences to make development easier and more efficient for new domains and application types
Can easily integrate new languages and frameworks
Pre-compiler, allows you to simplify repetitive tasks. For example, define your classes and automatically have your data class and interface written without you having to type each by hand (and it automatically updates the data and interface when the entity changes)
Full-featured, integrated debugging across the entire stack, directly in the Au language
Intelligent code completion, based on the variables, functions and data structures defined in your project
Real-time, context-specific auto-completion of Au code, as you type
Fully functional shell console for interacting with projects, filesystem, version control, user settings, etc.
Full CLI support for Git/ Mercurial, and a simple GUI for creating, pushing to and pulling from repositories
Easily publish source code/ binaries for finished projects, and deploy them to a server or target device
If your code goes wrong at runtime, don’t panic! Au has you covered by highlighting exactly where the issue was! We call it the Blue Line of Death!
Au automatically builds and deploys software for you. Whether that be onto your server, or building a binary for Android/iOS and deploying over the air. Au can also package up code, so that you can deploy that onto your staging or production server.
Who are Aucoda?
Aucoda are a software business based in Manchester, England. They are the dedicated, hardworking, and ever cheerful inventors of Au.
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What information we may collect about you;
How we will use information we collect about you;
When we may use your details to contact you;
Whether we will disclose your details to anyone else.
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What information we collect
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How we use your personal information
We use your information in a manner which is consistent with the original purpose of collection. For instance, we may send information about our products and services to existing customers whose contact information we have obtained over the course of our customer relationship with them. We may also send marketing emails to persons who have expressed an interest in our products or services, or whom we believe to otherwise be interested in our products or services. We collect and use your personal information for our legitimate business purposes of communicating with you, to help with your enquiries and fulfilling your requests for services. We have completed a comprehensive assessment and implemented measures to ensure our interests do not affect your right to privacy. However, if at any time you wish to stop receiving communications from us please send an email to
How long we keep your information for
We will hold your personal information on our systems for as long as is necessary to maintain our relationship. Unless you choose to withdraw your personal details before this time, your personal data will be held in accordance with Aucoda policy. A periodic review will be carried out to ensure all information held remains relevant.
Who might your information be shared with
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Sending data outside the EEA
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Erasing your personal information or restricting its processing
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