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Slang Daemon

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About Slang

Slang is a visual flow-based programming language and programming system. It consists of the YAML-based Slang exchange format, the Slang daemon and the Slang UI.

About Slang daemon

Slang daemon is the service which serves the user web interface (Slang UI) and runs all your operators. You don't need anything else to start working with Slang, so this here is the place to start.

How to install

If you want to run Slang, you can simply download the latest release, unpack and run it. We have binaries for Windows, Linux and MacOS.

Compile it yourself

If you rather want to compile it yourself, you first need to install Go.

After you have set up Go and cloned the repository, switch to the root directory and run

go get -v ./...

This will fetch all the dependencies. After that, run

go build -o slangd ./cmd/slangd (on Windows: go build -o slangd.exe ./cmd/slangd)

That's it! Now you just need to run slangd (on Windows: slangd.exe) and Slang will take care of the rest such as downloading the UI and standard library.