Multilanguage Code Compiler API

Multilanguage Code Compiler API

Code Compiler API is a versatile tool that allows you to compile code in over 35 programming languages. With this API, you can easily submit your code and receive comprehensive responses, including detailed outputs and error messages. It streamlines the code compilation process, making it convenient and efficient for developers.

API description

About the API: 

The Code Compiler API is a powerful and comprehensive tool that enables developers to effortlessly compile their code in more than 35 programming languages. With this API at your disposal, you can streamline the code compilation process and obtain detailed responses, enhancing your development workflow.

Gone are the days of manually setting up complex compiler environments for each programming language. The Code Compiler API abstracts away the intricacies of language-specific compilation configurations, providing a single, unified interface for compiling code in a wide range of languages. Whether you're working with popular languages like Python, Java, C++, or niche languages like Rust or Go, this API has you covered.

The API simplifies the code compilation process by accepting code snippets or files as input and returning detailed responses as output. You can submit your code, specify the target language, and receive comprehensive compilation results, including compiled binaries, error messages, warnings, and other relevant information. This allows you to quickly identify and resolve any issues in your code, ensuring that it is error-free and ready for deployment.

Beyond basic compilation, the API offers additional features to enhance your development experience. It provides options to enable or disable optimizations, control memory limits, and configure compilation flags specific to each language. This level of flexibility ensures that you can fine-tune the compilation process according to your specific requirements.

The Code Compiler API is designed for ease of integration and usage. It offers a simple yet powerful RESTful interface, allowing developers to seamlessly incorporate code compilation capabilities into their applications, development environments, or continuous integration pipelines. Whether you're building a code editor, an online coding platform, or an automated testing system, the API provides the necessary tools to compile code on-the-fly.

Additionally, the API documentation provides comprehensive language-specific guides, sample code snippets, and error handling instructions, making it easier for developers to leverage the full potential of the API and integrate it seamlessly into their projects.

In summary, the Code Compiler API is a versatile and indispensable tool for developers. It simplifies the code compilation process across more than 35 programming languages, offers detailed responses, and provides flexibility through additional features. By leveraging this API, you can accelerate your development workflow, ensure code correctness, and deliver high-quality software efficiently.


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


Pass the language code and the code to compile and receive its result compiled. 

What are the most common uses cases of this API?

  1. Online Coding Platforms: The Code Compiler API is ideal for online coding platforms where users can write and compile code directly in the browser. It allows users to select the desired programming language, submit their code, and receive immediate compilation results, providing a seamless coding experience.

  2. Automated Testing Systems: Testing code across multiple programming languages is a common requirement in automated testing systems. The API can be integrated into such systems to compile and execute test cases written in different languages, providing detailed responses and facilitating efficient testing of codebases.

  3. Code Editors and IDEs: Integrated Development Environments (IDEs) and code editors can leverage the Code Compiler API to enhance their functionality. By integrating the API, these tools can provide real-time compilation and error checking for multiple programming languages, assisting developers in identifying and rectifying coding errors more efficiently.

  4. Code Learning Platforms: Educational platforms that teach programming languages can incorporate the Code Compiler API to offer interactive coding exercises. Students can write code in different languages, compile it using the API, and receive detailed responses, allowing them to learn and practice coding in a controlled environment.

  5. Continuous Integration and Deployment (CI/CD) Pipelines: The Code Compiler API can be a valuable asset in CI/CD pipelines where code needs to be compiled and validated as part of the automated build and deployment process. It enables teams to automatically compile code in various languages, detect compilation errors, and prevent faulty code from being deployed to production.


Are there any limitations to your plans?

Besides the number of API calls, there is no other limitation

API Documentation


Progman Code Compiler API

Restful API is supported (POST only). What needs to be supplied are these values (as HTTP data name=val&name2=val2, content type header must not indicate JSON):

  • LanguageChoice=Language number (see below)
  • Program=Code to run
  • Input=Input to be supplied to stdin of a process

Returned is a JSON string with the following properties:

  • Result=Output of a program (in case of SQL Server - HTML)
  • Warnings=null (No longer supported)
  • Errors=Errors, if any, as one string
  • Stats=null (No longer supported)
  • Files=null(No longer supported)

Language numbers:

  1. C# = 1
  2. F# = 3
  3. Java = 4
  4. Python = 5
  5. C (gcc) = 6
  6. C++ (gcc) = 7
  7. Php = 8
  8. Haskell = 11
  9. Ruby = 12
  10. Perl = 13
  11. Lua = 14
  12. Nasm = 15
  13. Javascript = 17
  14. Go = 20
  15. Scala = 21
  16. D = 30
  17. Swift = 37
  18. Bash = 38
  19. Erlang = 40
  20. Elixir = 41
  21. Ocaml = 42
  22. Kotlin = 43
  23. Rust = 46,
  24. Clojure = 47
  25. ATS = 48
  26. Cobol = 49
  27. Coffeescript = 50
  28. Crystal = 51
  29. Elm = 52
  30. Groovy = 53
  31. Idris = 54
  32. Julia = 55
  33. Mercury = 56
  34. Nim = 57
  35. Nix = 58
  36. Raku = 59
  37. TypeScript = 60


Compiler - Endpoint Features
Object Description
Input [Optional]
Test Endpoint


                                                                                                                                                                                                                            {"Errors":null,"Result":"Hello World!, on python language\n","Stats":"No Status Available","Files":null}


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


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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 Multilanguage 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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