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Developing RESTful Services and Clients with "M". Chris Sells ( csells ) Douglas Purdy ( douglasp ) Microsoft Corporation. demo . "MUrl". A DSL for RESTful Clients. What is "M"?. A language for specifying data. language PeopleLang { syntax Main = "Person" name:Text

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Developing RESTful Services and Clients with "M"

Chris Sells (csells)

Douglas Purdy (douglasp)

Microsoft Corporation


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demo

"MUrl"

A DSL for RESTful Clients


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What is "M"?

A language for specifying data

language PeopleLang

{

syntax Main =

"Person" name:Text

"Age" "=" age:Integer32 "End Person"

}

Languages

Values

type Person

{

Name : Text;

Age : Integer32;

}

People: Person*;

Schemas

People

{

{

Name=“douglasp”,

Age = 37

}

}

XSLT

XML

XSD


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demo

“M” in a Nutshell

How I used “M” to build MUrl…


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Why Should You Care?

“M” will make it easier to design, develop, and manage applications

We are using “M” to build “Oslo” (our effort to make model-driven applications mainstream)

.NET DSLs

DSLs

RUNTIMES

“MWeb”

ASP.NET

We are developing DSLs for our key .NET Runtimes

“MService”

WCF

“MEntity”

EF

You can leverage the same tools to embed “M” directly in your applications

Base Language

SQL/XML Mappings

We are working hard to make “M” ubiquitous across platforms

M4M


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demo

"MService"

A DSL for RESTful Services


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announcing

"M" Specification Community


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Next Steps

USE THE BITS

http://msdn.microsoft.com/oslo

GIVE US FEEDBACK

[email protected]

[email protected]

PARCIPATE IN THE SPEC PROCESS

http://msdn.microsoft.com/oslo/msc


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