Eventually

I’d like to expand the transpiler to be able to read and write the nocode blocks into many different languages. This would mean we can simply scan repositories like github in order to locate useful code blocks to integrate into the encyclopedia for users to include in their projects.

I think this logical approach to no-code will lead to a much more rapid development process which frees users to solve logical problems rather than trudging through syntax problems.

Since logic is so much better defined as a field, it also seems likely that this approach and in particular the distributed code block encyclopedia, will eventually open up evenues for procedural code generation using artificial intelligence and other future tech.