DSL-driven Integration of HTTP Services in DIME

by   Bruno Steffen, et al.

As the integration of web services into web applications becomes more and more common, it is necessary to find a solution for low-code or no-code environments. This thesis is the first attempt to allow for the easy integration of web services into the low-code immersive modeling environment (IME) DIME, by means of a domain-specific language (DSL), the HTTP-DSL. DIME users can specify HTTP requests to web services with few lines of code, and then integrate these requests into the modeling languages provided by DIME.


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