Code Compiler API

Code Compiler API

Code Compiler API is a powerful tool for developers that can compile code in over 75 different programming languages.

API description

About the API:

The Code Compiler API is a robust solution for developers who need to compile code in a variety of programming languages. This API supports over 75 programming languages. With the Code Compiler API, developers can compile and execute their code in real-time, without the need for a separate development environment.

One of the primary advantages of the Code Compiler API is its simplicity. Developers can easily integrate the API into their projects, and the API handles all the complexities of compiling code in different languages. This saves developers time and reduces the risk of errors, making it easier to focus on building high-quality software.

Another benefit of the Code Compiler API is its flexibility. It can be used for a variety of purposes, such as code validation, debugging, and testing. The API is also highly customizable, allowing developers to configure it to meet their specific needs. For example, developers can choose which programming languages to support, set compile options, and specify the desired output format.

Overall, the Code Compiler API is an essential tool for developers who need to compile code in multiple languages. It offers a convenient, reliable, and scalable solution that can help developers streamline their workflows and build better software.

What your API receives and what your API provides (input/output)?

It will receive a parameter and provide you with a JSON.

What are the most common uses cases of this API?

Online code editors: Developers can use the Code Compiler API to power online code editors, allowing users to write, compile, and execute code in their browser.

Code validation: The API can be used to validate code before deployment, ensuring that it is error-free and compatible with the target platform.

Code-sharing platforms: Developers can use the API to power code-sharing platforms, allowing users to share and run code snippets in multiple languages.

Testing environments: The API can be used to set up testing environments, allowing developers to test their code in different programming languages and configurations.

Learning platforms: The API can be used to power learning platforms, allowing students to write and execute code in real-time as they learn new programming concepts.

Cloud development environments: Developers can use the API to power cloud-based development environments, allowing them to write, compile, and deploy code in the cloud.

Code optimization: The API can be used to optimize code by generating optimized machine code for different platforms and configurations.

Debugging tools: The API can be used to power debugging tools, allowing developers to quickly identify and fix bugs in their code.

Automation scripts: Developers can use the API to power automation scripts, allowing them to automate repetitive tasks across multiple programming languages.

Code repositories: The API can be used to power code repositories, allowing developers to compile and store code in multiple languages for easy access and collaboration.

Are there any limitations to your plans?

5 requests per second.

API Documentation


The Get Programming Languages endpoint is an API endpoint that returns a list of available programming languages that can be used with the Compiler endpoint. This endpoint provides information about each language, including its name, ID, and version, allowing developers to easily choose the language they want to compile their code in.


Test Endpoint


                                                                                                                                                                                                                            [{"id":"ada","name":"Ada","versions":["GNATMAKE 6.1.1","GNATMAKE 7.2.0","GNATMAKE 8.1.0","GNATMAKE 9.1.0","GNATMAKE 11.1.0"]},{"id":"algol","name":"Algol 68","versions":["Genie 2.8.5"]},{"id":"awk","name":"AWK","versions":["GNU Awk 5.1.1, API: 3.1"]},{"id":"bash","name":"Bash Shell","versions":["4.3.42","4.4.12","4.4.19","5.0.011","5.1.12"]},{"id":"bc","name":"BC","versions":["1.06.95","1.07.1"]},{"id":"befunge","name":"Befunge","versions":["cfunge 0.9.0"]},{"id":"blockly","name":"Blockly","versions":["Dart","Lua","PHP","Python"]},{"id":"brainfuck","name":"Brainf**k","versions":["bfc-0.1"]},{"id":"c","name":"C","versions":["GCC 5.3.0","Zapcc 5.0.0","GCC 7.2.0","GCC 8.1.0","GCC 9.1.0","GCC 11.1.0"]},{"id":"c99","name":"C-99","versions":["GCC 5.3.0","GCC 7.2.0","GCC 8.1.0","GCC 9.1.0","GCC 11.1.0"]},{"id":"clisp","name":"CLISP","versions":["GNU CLISP 2.49 - GNU C 5.2.0 ","GNU CLISP 2.49 - GNU C 6.2.1","GNU CLISP 2.49.93 - GNU 8.1.0","GNU CLISP 2.49.93 - GNU 9.1.0","ecl 21.2.1","sbcl 2.1.9","ccl 1.12.1","abcl 1.8.0"]},{"id":"clojure","name":"Clojure","versions":["1.8.0","1.9.0","1.10.1","1.10.3"]},{"id":"cobol","name":"COBOL","versions":["GNU COBOL 2.0.0","GNU COBOL 2.2.0","GNU COBOL 3.0","GNU COBOL 3.1.2"]},{"id":"coffeescript","name":"CoffeeScript","versions":["1.11.1","2.0.0","2.3.0","2.4.1","2.6.1"]},{"id":"cpp","name":"C++","versions":["GCC 5.3.0","Zapcc 5.0.0","GCC 7.2.0","GCC 8.1.0","GCC 9.1.0","GCC 11.1.0"]},{"id":"cpp14","name":"C++ 14","versions":["g++ 14 GCC 5.3.0","g++ 14 GCC 7.2.0","g++ 14 GCC 8.1.0","g++ 14 GCC 9.1.0","GCC 11.1.0"]},{"id":"cpp17","name":"C++ 17","versions":["g++ 17 GCC 9.1.0","g++ 17 GCC 11.1.0"]},{"id":"csharp","name":"C#","versions":["mono 4.2.2","mono 5.0.0","mono 5.10.1","mono 6.0.0","mono-6.12.0"]},{"id":"d","name":"D","versions":["DMD64 D Compiler v2.071.1","DMD64 D Compiler v2.088","DMD64 D Compiler v2.098"]},{"id":"dart","name":"Dart","versions":["1.18.0","1.24.2","1.24.3","2.5.1","2.14.4"]},{"id":"elixir","name":"Elixir","versions":["1.3.4","1.5.2","1.6.4","1.9.1","1.12.2"]},{"id":"erlang","name":"Erlang","versions":["22.1","24"]},{"id":"factor","name":"Factor","versions":["8.25","8.28","8.29","8.31"]},{"id":"falcon","name":"Falcon","versions":[" (Chimera)"]},{"id":"fantom","name":"Fantom","versions":["1.0.69"]},{"id":"fasm","name":"FASM","versions":["1.73.27"]},{"id":"forth","name":"Forth","versions":["gforth 0.7.3"]},{"id":"fortran","name":"Fortran","versions":["GNU 5.3.0","GNU 7.2.0","GNU 8.1.0","GNU 9.1.0","GNU 11.1.0"]},{"id":"freebasic","name":"FREE BASIC","versions":["1.05.0","1.07.1","1.08.1"]},{"id":"fsharp","name":"F#","versions":["4.1","4.5.0"]},{"id":"gccasm","name":"Assembler - GCC","versions":["GCC 6.2.1","GCC 8.1.0","GCC 9.1.0","GCC 11.1.0"]},{"id":"go","name":"GO Lang","versions":["1.5.2","1.9.2","1.10.2","1.13.1","1.17.3"]},{"id":"groovy","name":"Groovy","versions":["2.4.6 JVM: 1.7.0_99","2.4.12 JVM: 9.0.1","2.4.15 JVM: 10.0.1","2.5.8 JVM: 11.0.4","3.0.9 JVM: 17.0.1"]},{"id":"hack","name":"Hack","versions":["HipHop VM 3.13.0"]},{"id":"haskell","name":"Haskell","versions":["ghc 7.10.3","ghc 8.2.1","ghc 8.2.2","ghc 8.6.5","ghc 9.0.1"]},{"id":"haxe","name":"Haxe","versions":["4.2.4"]},{"id":"icon","name":"Icon","versions":["9.4.3","9.5.1"]},{"id":"intercal","name":"Intercal","versions":["0.30"]},{"id":"java","name":"Java","versions":["JDK 1.8.0_66","JDK 9.0.1","JDK 10.0.1","JDK 11.0.4","JDK 17.0.1"]},{"id":"jbang","name":"JBang","versions":["0.83.1"]},{"id":"jlang","name":"J Language","versions":["9.01.10"]},{"id":"kotlin","name":"Kotlin","versions":["1.1.51 (JRE 9.0.1+11)","1.2.40 (JRE 10.0.1)","1.3.50 (JRE 11.0.4)","1.6.0 (JRE 17.0.1+12)"]},{"id":"lolcode","name":"LOLCODE","versions":["0.10.5"]},{"id":"lua","name":"Lua","versions":["5.3.2","5.3.4","5.3.5","5.4.3"]},{"id":"mozart","name":"OZ Mozart","versions":["2.0.0 (OZ 3)"]},{"id":"nasm","name":"Assembler - NASM","versions":["2.11.08","2.13.01","2.13.03","2.14.02","2.15.05"]},{"id":"nemerle","name":"Nemerle","versions":[""]},{"id":"nim","name":"Nim","versions":["0.15.0","0.17.2","0.18.0","1.4.8"]},{"id":"nodejs","name":"NodeJS","versions":["6.3.1","9.2.0","10.1.0","12.11.1","17.1.0"]},{"id":"objc","name":"Objective C","versions":["GCC 5.3.0","GCC 7.2.0","GCC 8.1.0","GCC 9.1.0","GCC 11.1.0"]},{"id":"ocaml","name":"Ocaml","versions":["4.03.0","4.08.1","4.12.0"]},{"id":"octave","name":"Octave","versions":["GNU 4.0.0","GNU 4.2.1","GNU 4.4.0","GNU 5.1.0","GNU 6.4.0"]},{"id":"pascal","name":"Pascal","versions":["fpc 3.0.0","fpc-3.0.2","fpc-3.0.4","fpc-3.2.2"]},{"id":"perl","name":"Perl","versions":["5.22.0","5.26.1","5.26.2","5.30.0","5.34.0"]},{"id":"php","name":"PHP","versions":["5.6.16","7.1.11","7.2.5","7.3.10","8.0.13"]},{"id":"picolisp","name":"Picolisp","versions":["","17.11.14","18.5.11","18.9.5","21.6.30"]},{"id":"pike","name":"Pike","versions":["v8.0","v8.0.702"]},{"id":"prolog","name":"Prolog","versions":["GNU Prolog 1.4.4","GNU Prolog 1.4.5","GNU Prolog 1.5.0"]},{"id":"python2","name":"Python 2","versions":["2.7.11","2.7.15","2.7.16","2.7.18"]},{"id":"python3","name":"Python 3","versions":["3.5.1"," 3.6.3","3.6.5","3.7.4","3.9.9"]},{"id":"r","name":"R Language","versions":["3.3.1","3.4.2","3.5.0","3.6.1","4.1.2"]},{"id":"racket","name":"Racket","versions":["6.11","6.12","7.4","8.3"]},{"id":"rhino","name":"Rhino JS","versions":["","","1.7.13"]},{"id":"ruby","name":"Ruby","versions":["2.2.4","2.4.2p198","2.5.1p57","2.6.5","3.0.2"]},{"id":"rust","name":"RUST","versions":["1.10.0","1.21.0","1.25.0","1.38.0","1.56.1"]},{"id":"scala","name":"Scala","versions":["2.12.0","2.12.4","2.12.5","2.13.0","2.13.6"]},{"id":"scheme","name":"Scheme","versions":["Gauche 0.9.4","Gauche 0.9.5","Gauche 0.9.8","Gauche 0.9.10"]},{"id":"smalltalk","name":"SmallTalk","versions":["GNU SmallTalk 3.2.92"]},{"id":"spidermonkey","name":"SpiderMonkey","versions":["38","45.0.2"]},{"id":"sql","name":"SQL","versions":["SQLite 3.9.2","SQLite 3.21.0","SQLite 3.23.1","SQLite 3.29.0","SQLite 3.37.0"]},{"id":"swift","name":"Swift","versions":["2.2","3.1.1","4.1","5.1","5.5"]},{"id":"tcl","name":"TCL","versions":["8.6","8.6.7","8.6.8","8.6.9","8.6.12"]},{"id":"unlambda","name":"Unlambda","versions":["0.1.3",""]},{"id":"vbn","name":"VB.Net","versions":["mono 4.0.1","mono 4.6","mono 5.10.1","mono 6.0.0","mono 6.12.0"]},{"id":"verilog","name":"VERILOG","versions":["10.1","10.2","10.3","11"]},{"id":"whitespace","name":"Whitespace","versions":["0.3"]},{"id":"yabasic","name":"YaBasic","versions":["2.769","2.84.1"]}]

Get Programming Languages - CODE SNIPPETS

curl --location --request GET '' --header 'Authorization: Bearer YOUR_API_KEY' 


The Compiler endpoint is a powerful API endpoint that allows developers to compile code in multiple programming languages. This endpoint supports a variety of parameters, including language ID, version index number, and code to compile. Additionally, the endpoint provides an optional input parameter for user input. By using the Compiler endpoint, developers can quickly compile and run code in real-time, without the need for a separate development environment. This endpoint is ideal for building applications that require on-the-fly compilation and execution of code, such as online code editors, learning platforms, and testing environments.

Request Body Example:

    "language": "python2",
    "version": "2.7.15",
    "code": "print(\"Hello, World!\");",
    "input": null


Compiler - Endpoint Features
Object Description
Request Body [Required] Json
Test Endpoint


                                                                                                                                                                                                                            {"cpuTime":"0.00","memory":"6112","output":"Hello, World!\n","language":{"id":"python2","version":3,"version_name":"2.7.18"}}


curl --location --request POST '' --header 'Authorization: Bearer YOUR_API_KEY' 


API Access Key & Authentication

After signing up, every developer is assigned a personal API access key, a unique combination of letters and digits provided to access to our API endpoint. To authenticate with the Code Compiler API REST API, simply include your bearer token in the Authorization header.


Header Description
Authorization [Required] Should be Bearer access_key. See "Your API Access Key" above when you are subscribed.

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