A Domain-Specific Language (DSL) can provide some intellectual leverage.
We can always write long and convoluted programs in a general-purpose
0 replies - 2015 views - 05/17/13 by Steven Lott in Articles
My first assignment at Neo4j was to create a Java DSL for the Cypher
query language, that is used to access data from the Neo4j database in a
1 replies - 3816 views - 01/07/12 by Rickard Oberg in Articles
Quartz 2.0 introduces a Domain Specific Language (DSL) for working with the core entities (jobs and triggers).As a Scala fan boy, this is my first translation...
0 replies - 4298 views - 05/19/11 by Slim Ouertani in Tips and Tricks
In my previous post
I introduced a simple recipe DSL which provided a really easy way to
describe a recipe, its ingredients and instructions. In part two I...
0 replies - 5627 views - 04/02/11 by Adam Presley in News
Here in a couple of weeks I will be presenting at the Dallas/Ft. Worth Groovy User Group meeting on an introduction to DSLs, or Domain Specific Languages,
0 replies - 5530 views - 04/01/11 by Adam Presley in News
We are proud to announce that FEST-Assert 1.4 is out!
FEST-Assert is an “assertThat” library that provides a fluent interface for writing...
0 replies - 1881 views - 03/08/11 by Alex Ruiz in Announcements
Mirror 1.6 is finally out.
Mirror is a DSL for dealing with Java Reflection API, making it more pleasant to use.
This version comes with some bugfixes...
0 replies - 726 views - 03/03/11 by Jonas Abreu in Announcements
0 replies - 7906 views - 06/03/10 by German Viscuso in Book Reviews
Many times I hear people say that DSL based development often leads to a
situation where you have to manage a mix of code written in various
1 replies - 6519 views - 04/26/10 by Debasish Ghosh in News
Only two weeks after the big 1.7.0 release we are happy to deliver another major release - 1.8.0. This time it is no new functionality, but the usability of...
0 replies - 1429 views - 02/17/10 by Patrik Nordwall in Announcements
Without a vision of how to design applications within an organization the development can be compared to lawless Wild West. Development guidelines are often...
0 replies - 7256 views - 02/03/10 by Patrik Nordwall in Articles
0 replies - 10287 views - 02/01/10 by Sunil Parikh in Book Reviews
0 replies - 1436 views - 11/12/09 by Snippets Manager in Uncategorized
We are proud to announce that FEST-Assert 1.2 is out!
FEST-Assert is an “assertThat” library that provides a fluent interface for writing assertions. Its...
0 replies - 1800 views - 11/05/09 by Alex Ruiz in Announcements
During the summer I have published a series of articles that illustrate basic usage of Sculptor. They include screencasts so that you get a feeling of what...
0 replies - 1238 views - 08/27/09 by Patrik Nordwall in Announcements