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What do Adobe Photoshop Lightroom, Angry Birds, Apache HTTP Server, Apache Traffic Server, the Firefox web browser, MediaWiki, and World of Warcraft all have in common? They are all extensible using the cross-platform Lua programming language, winner of the 2011 Game Developer Magazine Front Line Award because:
Lua has become an extremely popular programming language, so much so that it's achieved a critical mass of developers in the game industry, meaning Lua skills are transferable from company to company. That's partly due to its speed and the ease with which developers can embed Lua into a game engine.
This web page catalogs stand-alone programs that are written in or are extensible using the popular Lua programming language.
If you know of any missing apps, can provide corrections or additional detail about any listed apps that lack a description, or have any relevant suggestions, your input is appreciated. Please post to the Lua-l mailing list. You can subscribe at http://www.lua.org/lua-l.html.If somebody here is subscribed to the Lua-l mailing list, maybe it's worth leaving a mention about Gideros.