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Domain-Specific Languages

Last updated : Oct 22, 2012
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Oct 2012
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Domain-Specific Languages is an old technique that we think is significantly under-used. We hope that the publication of Martin Fowler’s latest book will encourage more people to utilize them.
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A significant amount of innovation occurred in the JavaScript space thanks to the Ruby on Rails community. This same community has helped to move both internal and external DSLs forward as a means for more closely mapping business requirements in code. Ruby’s syntax lends itself easily to the creation of easily readable DSLs, while language tools such as ANTLR help to make the creation of new domain specific languages more accessible to interested developers.
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Published : Jan 11, 2010

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