CS-Script is more than just an execution engine. It is also a lightweight development system. It allows developers to do much more then just script execution. These are just a few relevant CS-Script features:
An initial script can be created from the template library as a starting point for further development.
CS-Script provides a library of 'useful' scripts to be incorporated (invoked from) to any other script.
Script can be opened with a single click in any of the supported IDEs or debuggers. Also it can be converted into standalone Visual Studio project.
Any script can be easily prepared for deployment in a form of script(s), .exe or .dll. All dependent components (if any) would be identified and collected for further deployment.
Information about concept and architecture of CS-Script as a development system.
Information about CS-Script command-line interface.
Integration with OS
Read about how CS-Script is integrated with the operating system.
Read about the ways how CS-Script scripts can be deployed.
Extending scripting system
Information about extending CS-Script functionality.
Extending applications with scripting
Information about extending functionality of your application with C# scripting (Script Hosting).
Review of common IDEs, Debuggers and code Editors with respect to usage for C# scripting.
Explore various scripts that are installed with CS-Script.
Reference information about programming interface of CS-Script (CSScriptLibrary.dll).