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A cloud-oriented
programming language

Wing elevates the developer experience by combining infrastructure and runtime code, minimizing the complexity of the cloud

npm i -g winglang && wing docs

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So, why Wing?

Infrastructure and code in one language

Be independent and focus on your application by offloading cloud mechanics to the Wing compiler

  • Cloud resources as native language primitives
  • Distributed programming through remote async functions
  • Automatic generation of IAM policies and other cloud mechanics based on intent

Instant local simulation

Stay in the flow with minimal context switching and instant feedback

  • Iterate much faster with instant feedback on code changes
  • Visualize, interact, and debug locally with Wing Console
  • Unit test entire cloud architectures without mocking the cloud around them

Deploy anywhere

Use any service, compile to multiple clouds and provisioning engines, with full control over the details

  • Reduce friction by separating Dev and Ops concerns
  • Apply policy and customization through compiler plugins
  • Fine tune infrastructure with escape hatches into underlying layers
AWS, GCP, Azure, Terraform,
CloudFormation, Pulumi, Kubrnetes
AWS, GCP, Azure, Terraform, CloudFormation, Pulumi, Kubrnetes

Simple adoption

Easy to learn and works seamlessly with your existing stack and tools

  • Deployment and management tools remain unchanged
  • Mature ecosystem - import any NPM module into your code
  • Integrates into existing codebases - write runtime code in other languages and reference it with Wing
  • CDK interop - import and export CDK constructs to and from Wing
Because of compilation
to Terraform and javascript
Because of compilation to Terraform and javascript

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Finally, a language that can speak cloud

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