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Is there a Scratch website available for the Solidity language? The only one I could find was Etherscripter.com however that one is only for Serpent.

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  • Etherscripter is based on Google's Blockly; it'd be fairly straightforward in principle to build a similar version for Solidity - Blockly is explicitly designed to make building new backends straightforward. Apr 25, 2016 at 11:05

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There is browser solidity, which allows you to compile but does not seem to include the full functionality of EtherScripter: http://chriseth.github.io/browser-solidity/

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  • Browser solidity has nothing in common with Etherscripter as far as I know it's not a visual editor like requested in this question. However the best thing would be to implement solidity in Etherscripter. But I can't find any way to contact the author, no guthub project and even whois is not helpful. Apr 23, 2016 at 20:11
  • I updated my answer to reflect the differences. I'll leave the answer because it is the only browser-based compiler for solidity that I know. However, you don't need to mark it as correct and maybe you'll get more answers. ☺️
    – tayvano
    Apr 23, 2016 at 21:57
  • @tayvano I was aware of that site, however it was not what I was looking for.
    – Jeth
    Apr 23, 2016 at 22:43
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    @Jeth -- here's the guys announcement post: forum.ethereum.org/discussion/713/… and his github is here: github.com/mode80 (although the etherscripter source is not)
    – tayvano
    Apr 24, 2016 at 1:07
  • @tayvano thanks for the links.If anyone knows mode80 or a way to contact him, you're welcome :) Apr 24, 2016 at 22:18
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ArabianChain is developing one using blockly as well and it'll cover Solidity, Serpent and Thuraya. It'll be ready in June 2017.

this is a pre-launch video , not that attractive yet but it'll show the builder. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MbaZ6f4AFhs

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