Harnessing Cutting-Edge Technologies


State-of-the-art languages for modern solutions


We have years of experience on the research and development of programming languages, formal methods techniques and tools as well as their application in industrial settings. Let’s achieve bold projects together!

For industrial partners who face challenges

For R&D labs who need collaboration

For developers to reach mastery


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Prototyping software solutions for you


We design and implement reliable high-value solutions for our clients. As a challenge-driven team, we can find with you the most elegant and efficient solutions to optimize your products or create new ones. OCamlPro has a record of outstanding technological achievements and success stories, in areas from web tools to distributed frameworks, DSLs and formal methods. We also built a strong blockchain expertise since 2014 on the Tezos and Dune Network blockchains. Developments are done in OCaml or Rust, and then integrated with other software in any language (C, C++, Python, Java, etc.). Our applications are extensible and maintainable, fully independent from web servers, portable to all mainstream browsers. We cater to very specific needs. For example, we can translate a “black box” application from a programming language (Go, Coq, Cobol…) to a comprehensive language for your current team. Whether an ex-employee or a contractor coded everything in a language your current team hasn’t mastered, or it’s running on a legacy language, we can provide assistance.

opam

A highly scalable package manager

Learn OCaml

Exercise platform for teachers and learners around the world aiming to discover OCaml

Alt-Ergo

An SMT solver for software verification

DunScan

The Dune network explorer

LOVE

A smart-contract language for the Dune Network blockchain

Tezos

A blockchain with integrated governance

Solidity parser

A Solidity Parser in OCaml with Menhir

TZScan

The Tezos network explorer


Other achievements in Formal Methods and DSLs/Programming Language Expertise

- [tzscan](https://tzscan.io/), the Tezos network explorer - [Liquidity](https://www.liquidity-lang.org/), a smart-contract language for the Tezos blockchain - [OPTAL](https://github.com/OcamlPro/optal), Language for Linear Optimization - [memprof](http://memprof.typerex.org/), non-intrusive memory profiler for OCaml applications - [Techelson](https://ocamlpro.github.io/techelson/), a test execution engine for Michelson - [TryOCaml](https://try.ocamlpro.com/), Online top-level for beginners

Project with Mitsubishi Electric R&D Centre Europe

Starting from a specification provided by MERCE, we designed and implemented a formal verification analysis tool to check a particular class of safety properties over C programs. The tool was implemented as a Frama-C plug-in and came with fully fledged user and formal documentation.

“MERCE was very satisfied of OCamlPro. The project was technically challenging and time constrained, nonetheless OCamlPro met the requirements in time while producing a code of excellent quality.”


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Discover our timeline

Months and months of lockdown have allowed us to take the time to look back on events of the past years and to advertise our strong ties with academic and industrial partners, and our achievements through an exhaustive Timeline of OCamlPro’s story of which you can find a small excerpt below.

You can also create your own timeline here.



2011

OCamlPro is founded by Inria researchers.

2012

Working on a development toolsuite: the Typerex initiative.

2013

Release of the package manager OPAM 1.0.

2014

Release of Flambda optimizing compiler in OCaml.

2015

OCamlPro develops the Irill/Paris 7 OCaml FUN Mooc.

2016

The Alt-Ergo SMT Solver v1.30 is released.

2017

OCamlPro delivers Tezos and its crowdfunding platform, complete with the TZscan and Liquidity tools.

2018

Inria’s OCaml Software Foundation is created.

2019

New company Origin Labs is created to tackle blockchain-related challenges.

2020

Alt-Ergo Users’ Club 2nd annual meeting.