Release Notes: This is a major release. Its highlights are Zeroconf support, built-in app-store-like package distribution. Android enhancements.
Release Notes: This is a major release. It is the first version that fully implements the ideas of the multi-tier programming. This can be considered the first stable version of Hop. Upcoming versions will extend the language with new constructs and new libraries, but will also be backward compatible.
Release Notes: New GUI elements were added. The Android port was enhanced, so it can now access the phone facilities. The programming environment was improved.
Release Notes: This major release includes multi-tier modules, which are modules that can be used from both the server-side and client-side, new GUI elements (GAUGE, SPINBUTTON, and more), a Mac OS X 10.6 port, and an Android port.
Release Notes: This a minor bugfix release.
Release Notes: This is a major release. Many new linguistics extensions, APIs, new Widgets, and new weblets were added. The client-side compiler is now faster. The Web broker is also faster.
Release Notes: This version significantly improves the performance of the Hop Web server. In particuliar, HTTP/1.1 keep-alive connections are now much more efficiently supported. This version also fixes minor errors left in the previous versions.
Release Notes: This release features new linguistic forms (e.g., "comet" server events), new APIs (e.g. multimedia, cryptography, etc.), new implementations (e.g., new fast Web server scheduling, new support for keep-alive connections, new compilation techniques, etc.).