Ore is a loosely-typed, cross-platform, multiparadigm programming language designed around portability, simplicity and flexibility. Inspired by the best aspects of several other languages, Ore ditches the out-dated hurdles that burden development. The result: A comfortable, easy to learn and easy to write programming language.

The Code

Ore is defined by several unique features and many clever characteristics, so proper documentation of each aspect is essential. Learn more about each keyword, command, operator and symbol that Ore can understand.

Running Ore

Ore is natively run in Ore OS, which is a lightweight system that can be embedded into a runtime environment to expand compatibility to many more devices and platforms. Check out the documentation to learn about Ore OS's architecture and features.


Ore is constantly being updated and reinvented. View upcoming features, changelogs, contribute suggestions, or report bugs to help further development.