Top 11 Domain-specific language Open-Source Projects
The GraphQL toolkit for ElixirProject mention: Backend and frontend deployment: single service vs multiple services | reddit.com/r/webdev | 2021-03-21
Thanks for the other suggestions also, I've never tried lodash but it looks interesting. The REST API stuff should be doable, it's just that I've never done this before. I've built small and simple APIs but never had to integrate them with a frontend. Elixir has a Absinthe to deal with GraphQL, but I don't think I need it right now, so REST is easier.
GraphQL Elixir (by graphql-elixir)
Scout APM - Leading-edge performance monitoring starting at $39/month. Scout APM uses tracing logic that ties bottlenecks to source code so you know the exact line of code causing performance issues and can get back to building a great product faster.
A simple library for creating complex neural networks
Domain-Specific Languages and parsers in Python made easy http://textx.github.io/textX/
Parity's ink! to write smart contracts (by paritytech)Project mention: Tech noob here, is Substrate a coding language as Solidity? | reddit.com/r/dot | 2021-02-04
If you're looking for a language for smart contract coding that has a Polkadot flavor, check out Ink
A curated list of Clojure resources for dealing with domain-specific languages.Project mention: What are some great Clojure libraries, as of 2021? | reddit.com/r/Clojure | 2021-03-30
The widespread use of simple data structures for almost everything makes graph data - and any data really - very, very portable and it helps to enable this emerging ecosystem of graph libraries in both the frontend and backend.
Build declarative GraphQL queries in Swift.
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An implementation of SPARQL for Elixir
Scaffold generator for elixir phoenix absinthe projects
Swift DSL Wrapper for arXiv APIProject mention: GitHub - ivicamil/ArxivKit: Swift DSL Wrapper for arXiv API | reddit.com/r/Open_Access_tracking | 2021-01-18
Brink is a domain specific language for linking and composing binary files.
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