Concrete – an editor for DSLs that runs in your web browser

Just discovered Concrete a new tool for building powerful DSL editors that run in browsers, using only HTML, Javascript and CSS. Concrete has been created by Martin Thiede .

Concrete offers auto completion, syntax highlighting, consistency checks and basically most of what you would expect from a Language workbench. Definitions of DSLs (both the abstract and concrete syntaxes) are based on JSON with a couple of extensions.

See this InfoQ article to learn more about Concrete

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