Clio vs DAML: What are the differences?
Clio: A pure functional programming language targeting decentralized systems. It is a pure functional lazy-evaluated programming language targeting decentralized and distributed systems. It is made to take advantage of multiple CPUs and CPU cores (parallelism) by default, to run on clusters and on the cloud easily; DAML: Open-source programming language for writing distributed applications. It is an open-source programming language for writing distributed applications quickly, concisely, and correctly. It runs on the leading blockchain platforms which means that you can build your application now and pick which platform works best for you later.
Clio and DAML belong to "Languages" category of the tech stack.
Some of the features offered by Clio are:
- Pipes and flows
- Lazy Programming
- Unlimited recursion
On the other hand, DAML provides the following key features:
- Supports existing platforms integration like Hyperledger Fabric, R3’s Corda and Amazon Aurora
- Scenario-based Testing
- Fine-grained Permissions
Clio is an open source tool with 279 GitHub stars and 12 GitHub forks. Here's a link to Clio's open source repository on GitHub.