The Blockly library adds an editor to your app that represents coding concepts as interlocking blocks. Blockly generates simple, syntactically-correct code from the blocks in the editor, which your app can use to run games, control robots, or do anything else your imagination can concieve.
Built with Blockly
Blockly is being used by hundreds of projects, most of them educational:
Blockly in a browser allows web pages to include a visual code editor for any of Blockly's five supported programming languages, or your own. In Blockly Games, pictured here, users can solve a maze using Blockly's editor on the right.
- 100% client side. No server side dependencies.
- Compatible with all major browsers: Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Opera, and IE.
- Highly customizable and extensible.
The Blockly User Summit took place October 10-11, 2019 at Google's offices in Mountain View, California.
We had over 30 members of the Blockly community attend with 15 tech talks on Blockly and its applications.
All of the summit talks are available on YouTube.
Blockly plugins are self-contained pieces of code that add functionality to Blockly.
Plugins can add fields, define themes, create renderers, and much more.