GDF is a model-driven engineering framework that comprises a set of DSLs to model, generate and deploy gamified applications.
crestdsl is a great example of an internal DSL embedded in Python. Read on to see why the author chose to do an internal DSL instead of an external DSL and what makes Python such a great host language for it.
Jarvis is a new chatbot DSL that helps you to model and deploy complex chatbots that interact with external services. Bringing the power of model-driven engineering to chatbot development
Current ECAD tools are expensive, complex to use and rely on proprietary exchange formats. We propose to leverage an existing modeling standard like SysML to build a better (and cheaper) ECAD solution with a focus on the design of electrical cables.
LSP (Language Server Protocol) facilitates the development of IDEs but so far only language server for textual languages are supported. Read our proposal to adapt LSP for graphical lenguages
We explain why you should think about learning ANTLR to generate your future parsers and what are the best resources for that