Code Generation with AjGenesis
I published a new version of
My code generation tool, based on Node.js. Now, it can preserve files in generate tasks (if you want one of your files doesn’t overwritten). But the key change was to put models under current project directory, ajgenesis/models folder. In this way, I can put all the AjGenesis-related stuff in only one directory related to current project. So, I refactored and republished the modules and examples of:
Next steps: refactor https://github.com/ajlopez/AjGenesisNode-Model to use the new directory, and refactor/complete the generation process in Express, Sinatra, Laravel, Django projects.
I worked on
implemented a simplified Mule-like message flow in C#, using TDD (Test-Driven Development). Now I have: input, output, transform, processors, routers, branches in flow. It was nice to see all in place, using “baby steps”, and the powerful lambdas of C#. I implemented transformer objects too. Next steps: instead of simply process a payload, start to process a complete message.
Since then, I started to add some additional pieces, like partial application, and composition of functions.
It has a fluent interface to define states, with triggers and actions. Next steps: add global triggers, and hierarchical states.
I added some functions to https://github.com/ajlopez/SharpMongo core and REPL. I worked on four private projects, too. More fun is comming.
Angel “Java” Lopez