About the only PC oriented IDE I'm aware of is z390. It's Java based and needs an up to date Java installed on your computer. For execution, it sort of emulates ESA/390 (that's a machine) running a very stripped down OS/390 (that's an operating system). Here's a Hello World program designed to run in batch.
SAVEAREA DC 18F'0'
PRINT DCB DSORG=PS,MACRF=PM,DDNAME=SYSPRINT,RECFM=FBA,LRECL=121
MSG DC CL121' HELLO WORLD'
SAVE, OPEN, PUT, CLOSE, RETURN and DCB are all macros, not machine instructions. I'm pretty sure they are supplied with z390.
I've never tried running z390 myself, but many people think well of it. Good luck.