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Turning Assertions Into a Domain-Specific Language

Assertions are an essential part of our unit tests. And yet, it so easy to neglect them. That is a shame because if we overlook the importance of assertions, the assert section of our ...
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DSL based approach to input Graph data in graph theory based java programs

Most of us have coded some programs which deal with graph theory algorithms like finding the shortest path between two vertices, finding the minimum spanning tree for a given graph ...
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Creating Internal DSLs in Java, Java 8- Adopting Martin Fowler’s approach

Currently I am reading this wonderful book on DSLs- Domain Specific Languages by Martin Fowler. The buzz around the DSLs, around the languages which support creation of DSLs with ease, ...
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FitNesse your ScalaTest with custom Scala DSL

This article won’t be about FitNesse. As matter of fact I don’t like this tool very much and it seems to be loosing momentum, judging by the traffic on an official mailing ...
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Simple but powerful DSL using Groovy

In one of my projects we had very complicated domain model, which included more than hundred of different domain object types. It was a pure Java project and, honestly, Java is very ...
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Apache Camel – A little Scala DSL example

So we have a Scala DSL in Apache Camel for many years now, and I guess its about time I wrote a little blog entry about this (has been on my todo list for a while). So the Scala DSL ...
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