What are "les", "les-node", "les-viz" and "compliance-test"?
LESTER Command Line Tools
See also: https://github.com/Adaptech/les/tree/master/cmd
- les validates EMD/EML for completeness and converts event stormings (described in Event Markdown) to Event Markup (EML) suitable for generating CQRS/ES systems.
les as an architect-in-a-box.
les-node builds an event sourced NodeJS API from EML.
Generates a GraphViz digraph for an event storming which can be turned into a (e.g.) .png file:
What is the “compliance-test” utility?
compliance-test is a tool for developers who wish to contribute to les-node or build their own Event Markup ->
What do les-redux, les-csharp, les-shellscript, les-haskell, les-whitespace and les-akka have in common?
They are not in existence. The only languages for which EML->API builders have been created at this point are EML->NodeJS, EML->Swagger/OpenAPI (as a Golang package for use by other tools) and a EML->Golang pre-alpha version.
What is les-I-can’t-stand-code-other-than-my-own?
Event Markup Language is your hedge against the framework trap (a.k.a. “straight jacket, implemented as mystery code”). It is deliberately implementation- and language-agnostic.
eml-node demonstrates how to turn EML into a working CQRS/ES system with an API and a Swagger API playground. If you prefer (or need) to implement your own version, go ahead.