inspiration for this project, and has already been under development for
several years and is ready for production. In comparison, BuckleScript,
while moving fast, is still a very young project. BuckleScript’s
js_of_ocaml, is to unify the ubiquity of the
however, there are some areas where we view things differently from
js_of_ocaml. We describe below, some of these differences, and also
refer readers to some of the original informal
Js_of_ocaml takes low-level bytecode from OCaml compiler, BuckleScript takes the high-level rawlambda representation from OCaml compiler
Js_of_ocaml focuses more on existing OCaml ecosystem(opam) while BuckleScript’s major goal is to target npm
Js_of_ocaml and BuckleScript have slightly different runtime encoding in several places, for example, BuckleScript encodes OCaml Array as JS Array while js_of_ocaml requires its index 0 to be of value 0.
Both projects are improving quickly, so this can change in the future!