Implement “Hello, World” in the Cloud
A simple program deployed to the Wolfram Cloud.
Style “Hello, World” to make it more dramatic.
how it works
Printing “Hello, World” is a standard minimal example of programming.
In a Wolfram Language notebook, it’s completely trivial—you just type the string, and it’s printed out:
You can explicitly print it too, here 5 times:
You can also really say “Hello, World” to the world by deploying it on the web:
What comes back here is a UUID-based URL. If you go there, you get the “Hello, World” string.
Here’s how you can make a more dramatic “Hello, World”, shown as the deployed version of this example. Adding the option Permissions“Public” makes it publicly accessible: