Archive for February, 2012

Using Domain Specific Languages to Implement Interactive Frontends

For many years we have dealt with the challenges that frontends with interactive forms pose w.r.t. validation, test data and quality. Describing the requirements in formal Domain Specific Languages (DSL) became the way of choice to create a specification that gives a twofold benefit: first, the customer understands it better, and secondly, the software engineers use the specification not only to implement more resilient software, but also to improve quality assurance. This new series will explain how we do it and why we think it’s the best approach.

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