Developing and publishing Angular 4 libraries – Part I
Developing large web applications with Angular is challenging, especially when it comes to structuring the code base into small, individually developed modules. Many projects struggle with this and start building huge monoliths instead.
Get your first web-enabled DSL running in 60 seconds
Xtext is the most popular framework for delivering high quality domain-specific languages for the Eclipse community. Since version 2.9 it is web-ready and provides an interface for the integration of text editors in web applications, which we already use for ...
Building Xtext DSLs with Gradle
When it comes to picking a tool for building Xtext projects many users still prefer Maven Tycho. With the rise of Gradle as the primary build tool for many companies the game is gradually changing and developers exposed to Gradle hardly want to turn back to Maven ...