Tool for generating microservice architectures.
Silvera is an tool for acceleration of development of microservice architectures.
Silvera consists of two parts: a domain-specific language - SilveraDSL, and a Silvera compiler. SilveraDSL is a declarative language for modeling microservice architectures based on textX, and it is designed in a way that directly implements domain-related design patterns. SilveraDSL specifications are used by the compiler to produce executable program code.
Silvera is fully implemented in Python.
You can use
pip to install Silvera:
$ pip install silvera
To verify that you have installed Silvera correctly run the following command:
You should get output like this:
Usage: silvera [OPTIONS] COMMAND [ARGS]... Options: --debug Debug/trace output. --help Show this message and exit. Commands: check Checks if created model is valid. compile Compiles application code into to provided output... evaluate Evaluates the architecture for given project. init Creates initial Silvera project list-generators Lists all currently available code generators visualize Visualize the architecture for given project.
Designed patterns directly implemented in language
Project modularization - imports
Project evaluation based on metrics
Automatic code generation
Support for custom code generators via plugins
For documentation and tutorials, please check Silvera's wiki page: here.
Tested with Python 3.7.4
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