I've read this interesting article about internal DSLs in Java, a short summary of Martin Fowler's book on DSLs in general. I've been blogging about external and internal DSLs quite a lot myself, naturally, as jOOQ is the largest and most advanced free and Open Source implementation of an internal DSL in the Java ecosystem. … Continue reading Internal DSLs on the Fast Lane
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High Complexity and Low Throughput. Reasons for Using an ORM.
I've recently stumbled upon an interesting blog post about when to use an ORM. I found it to be well-written and quite objective, specifically with respect to its model complexity and throughput diagram: The ORM or not ORM topic will probably never stop showing up on blogs. Some of them are more black and white, … Continue reading High Complexity and Low Throughput. Reasons for Using an ORM.
The Java Fluent API Designer Crash Course
Ever since Martin Fowler's talks about fluent interfaces, people have started chaining methods all over the place, creating fluent API's (or DSLs) for every possible use case. In principle, almost every type of DSL can be mapped to Java. Let's have a look at how this can be done DSL rules DSLs (Domain Specific Languages) … Continue reading The Java Fluent API Designer Crash Course