Written for developers who need to create user-facing DSLs, Domain-Specific Languages Made Easy unlocks clear and practical methods to create DSLs with easy-to-use interfaces.
Imagine if your non-technical clients could safely produce software without the need for anyone to manually write code. Domain-specific languages are purpose-built programming interfaces that make that possible—no programming experience required.
Written for developers who need to create user-facing DSLs, Domain-Specific Languages Made Easy unlocks clear and practical methods to create DSLs with easy-to-use interfaces. Author Meinte Boersma lays out an iterative process for creating languages accessible to domain experts such as operations specialists, data analysts, and financial experts. You'll start with an overview of software language engineering before diving into the unique projectional editing paradigm that makes it easy to produce DSLs for business.
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Meinte Boersma has been a practitioner of model-driven software development and software language engineering since 2007. He has given workshops on DSL, participated in organizing the Language Workbench Challenge, and has spoken at conferences on DSLs.