Dear community!

What do you think about webinar "Declarative programming on COS"? I want to do such one.

I am going to tell about main points of declarative programming and how you can implement it in your real projects.

Please feel free to write your opinion here.

Please if you wish to become a member of such webinar write me a message to atygaev.mi@gmail.com with subject "webinar".

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Dear Developer Community!

My name is Maks.

I developed DeclarativeCOS framework for declarative programming on COS.

Today I want to ask you about New Programming Language.

I have an idea to create new programming language which could be translated to COS classes / routines or even to int-files.

So, lets suppose it is happened. What do you want to see in such language?

Please feel free to say your minds. It is open discussion.

Last answer 15 September 2017 Last comment 22 September 2017
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The DeclarativeCOS project is a heartfelt cry about programming in the COS language.

The purpose of the project is to draw attention of the public to improving the inner core of COS.

The idea of the project is the support of a laconic syntax for cycles and collections.

So what is this laconic something that I have come up with? Welcome to the examples below!

Examples

The key concept underlying the project is the declarative approach to writing code. You need to specify WHAT should be used and HOW.

I have personally always longed for a simple operator/command/magic spell in the COS terminal that would allow me to show a collection on the screen exactly the way I wanted to. Now we have two useful goodies to work with: zforeach and $zjoin

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MonCaché — MongoDB API implementation based on InterSystems Caché

Disclaimer: This article reflects author's private opinion and has no relation to the official position of InterSystems.

IDEA

The idea of the project is to implement basic MongoDB (v2.4.9) API features for searching, saving, updating and deleting documents in a way that will allow the use of InterSystems Caché instead of MongoDB without changing the code on the client side

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Dear InterSystems Community! Do you control your Caché or Caché controls you?

Recently, I decided to start the project about control of Caché instance. The control is based on communication with chat bot.

For example, below text message shows current statistics of the certain Cache instance.

/stat <cache-instance>

Another example (start the certain Caché instance).

/start <cache-instance>

One more example (stop the certain Caché instance).

/stop <cache-instance>

What do you think about the project? What do you think about additional functionality

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Caché offers a number of methods for going through a collection and doing something with its elements. The easiest method uses a while-loop and lets you fulfill the task in an imperative manner. The developer needs to take care of the iterator, jumping to the next element and checking if the loop is within the collection.


 But is it really what a developer should be concerned with?! A developer should be working on solving the problem at hand – quickly and producing code of the highest quality. It would be great to be able to just take a collection and apply a function to it that will perform the necessary operations on each element. No need to perform boundary checks, no need to create an iterator, no need to manually call a function for each element. This approach is called declarative programming

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