What is Wasp?
Wasp (Web Application Specification Language) is an extensible DSL (domain-specific language) for building modern web apps with less code. Concepts such as app, page, user, login, frontend, production, etc. are baked into the language, bringing a new level of expressiveness and allowing you to get more work done with fewer lines of code.
Wasp is a tool in the Languages category of a tech stack.
Wasp is an open source tool with 2K GitHub stars and 109 GitHub forks. Here’s a link to Wasp's open source repository on GitHub
Who uses Wasp?
- No more endless configuration files. Create a production-ready web app with just a few lines of code - we will set you up with all the best defaults
- Move fast using Wasp's declarative language, but also drop down to js/html/css... when you require more control
- f Wasp becomes too limiting for you, simply eject and continue with the human-readable source code following industry best-practices
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