Java SDK Layers
Modeling and Architecture
JUDO is a modular platform/toolbox where developers can create models, and use the toolbox to generate applications or parts of applications from these models.
Since the inception of our new architecture, developers can pick and chose the application modules or "parts" which they want to generate from the same models (JSL). Currently we only ship the "Entity Module", but in total, developers using our toolbox should expect to have the following modules shipped latest until the end of next year:
It’s important to highlight that developers can use the same JSL DSL to describe any and all parts of the application, but are not mandated to generate the whole app with our toolbox or to pick every module.
These modules are building on top of each other, therefore the release order will more than likely be the same.
This module is responsible to abstract away the persistence layer (SQL) so that developers can write code without the need to worry about the underlying technological details and focus on business features.
In this module developers can introduce an additional layer of data structuring on top of the Entity Layer which most of the time will be consumed by higher level modules, such as Service Module and / or the UI.
The key benefit of this layer is to not mix the technical or application level data structures with business level data stored and managed in the Entity Module.
This module is responsible to expose our Services/Transfer data to the world. By default, we will provide REST Services.
By utilizing the same DSL as all the above modules, developers will be able to model the UI part of applications as well. This module will consume Services/Transfer Objects from the modules mentioned above.