Domain Driven ideology for browser based applications.
npm install --save @liveaxle/continuum
9.2.0- but should work as low as 6.10
- Babel: Preset-Env should cover everything.
- Browsers: TBA (Chrome and FF, yes)
Continuum was written with vanila node.js so that it could work behind whatever build system/config your application has.
If you're interested to see how Continuum can be used in an ETL setting, fork this repository and check out the demo app!
git clone email@example.com:liveaxle/continuum.git
npm run demo:seed
npm run demo:server
After that go to
http://localhost:9001 In your browser!
As someone who is not a fan of frameworks yet found themselves building the same core constructs every time I started a new project: I decided to put these ideas into something that made it easier for me to be consistent across endeavors. The result turned out to be more of a means of managing ETL semantically within a stateful application than a framework.
|Semantic||The core construct behind Continuum is a
|ETL||Continuum was designed to make ETL in JS apps simpler and robust.|
|Abstract||The abstractions have been designed in a way that should enable you to use what components you feel necessary.|
|Conventions||The structures of Continuum seek to provide consistency in the way our code can be organized and abstracted.|
See the wiki for moar information.
If you have some changes you would like to introduce, please submit a PR with notes detailing the contents, intentions and context of the change.