Kozily client, progressive web application for developing and interaction with an Oz program.
Kozily is an integrated development environment for the Oz and a runtime for that language, in the same way Mozart is. However, Kozily is specifically designed with students in mind, and has other constraints in mind:
It is designed to be a progressive web application so that students don't need to install or build any dependencies on their machines, but even then can have a native-like experience.
It doesn't support building standalone Oz applications, but instead just interprets the Oz programs directly inside the application.
It exposes runtime concepts to the user, like the abstract machine and the execution sequence. This is very useful for students understanding the basics of program execution.
Install docker, docker-compose and run
docker-compose up to get the
application running in development mode at your local port 8080.
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