As a multi-paradigm language Emojicode features object-orientation, optionals, generics, closures, and protocols.
Emojicode compiles to native machine code using lots of optimizations that make your code fast.
Emojicode comes with a comprehensive set of default packages. And you can easily write your own.
We believe that Emojis have expressive force. Let’s use that to make programming more fun and accessible.
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We have seen dozens of amazing use cases of Emojicode all over the world.
Emojicode appeared in the Fall 2021 test of CS50, one of the largest courses taught at Harvard, and also offered at Yale.
Since World Emoji Day 2020, Codecademy offers an introductory course to Emojicode!
Check out Codecademy’s course here.
Emojicode is a straightforward language to learn, whatever background you have. Our documentation is known to be excellent and stuffed with walk-through guides and examples.
You can help Emojicode grow! Development takes place on GitHub and you’re invited to drop in.