TITLE

INTERNALIZACIJA RAZVOJNIH PARADIGMI

AUTHOR(S)
Đurić, Dragan; Devedžić, Vladan; Milikić, Nikola
PUB. DATE
March 2011
SOURCE
InfoM;2011, Issue 37, p25
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Today's applications require mixing and matching languages, platforms and paradigms, which increases the complexity of the solution. The paper describes a lighter approach of borrowing a desired paradigm and internalizing it into a preferred development environment as an integral part that enriches the environment used. We have applied metaprogramming to internalize the ontology modeling paradigm into our programming environment based on the Java ecosystem in a lightweight manner suitable for small teams. An embedded meta domain-specific language, called Magic Potion, is implemented in Cojure and blends ontology, functional, object-oriented and concurrent paradigms.
ACCESSION #
59564521

 

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