Juliar: A programming language for rapid prototyping. Code and run on any platform. This REPO is for compiler/interpreter/IDE for the language Juliar written in Java to compile and run on Java Virtual Machine (JVM)
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Juliar Programming Language

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This project is active, but due to the small team size, we are currently putting all of our energy on a C# port of Juliar: DReAM https://github.com/juliarLang/DReAM.

Juliar is a programming language that can be both interpreted and compiled directly into Java bytecode.

Juliar aim is to allow programmers and developers to quickly prototype new programs with the least amount of code possible, while at the same time ability to run on practically any platform.


A programming language for rapid prototyping.

Code and run on any platform.

User interface and experience is our priority.

Runs on top of Java VM.

A simple to use language with a beautiful IDE built-in!


For more information, please check out our official website at https://juliar.org


Juliar is built with gradle and follows the standard gradle styling. The project is organized and is very easy to use. Check out Contributing.md in our Documentation Repository. Or visit https://juliar.org/documentation/contributing to find out how you can contribute to the project.


Visit https://juliar.org/documentation to get started and see some examples!