Just a short note to let you know we’re still hard at work behind the scenes. The rapid initial releases of DiaGrammar kept us busy, but there are more features in the works. Version 1.3 is expected to be release in Q3, with a feature those of you working on large grammars will appreciate. But the most effort has gone into the next stage infrastructure for diagrams themselves. If you follow the Red language rooms on Gitter you may have seen mention of it.
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More improvements and a few fixes. If you bought 1.0, this upgrade is free for you. Download it here. This is a small release, most importantly for a fix to transparency with the new D2D back end on some systems, and bookmark window positioning. We did include a couple small features, rather than holding them back until 1.3 (which has a big new feature planned). Another change is related to rule files.
Another month, another DiaGrammar release. If you bought 1.0, this upgrade is free for you. Download it here. Highlights We’ve added %json.org.style for those who want to match what Douglas Crockford uses at JSON.org. We also have an experimental %wikipedia-plain.style, which we’re happy to share with you if you want to test it before the next release. Both of these styles are based on a black and white theme, and the JSON.
Just over a month ago we released DiaGrammar 1.0, and we’ve been hard at work to make improvements and fix bugs we didn’t have time to address before DiaGrammar’s inaugural release. If you bought 1.0, this upgrade is free for you. Download it here. Highlights We’ve added or improved a number of features: Changed Red in headers to DiaGrammar. While DiaGrammar is written using the Red Language, and %.
Diagrammar and the importance of a postal address Post is important to us. Both for personal reasons, administrative post and online deliveries. During the holidays, on your birthday, post has value, just like a package that was gifted or ordered. And then there is the necessary administrative post - voting by post during corona as an example. But that’s not all - companies also send massive amount of packages and cargo, as well as forms, despite digitization.
Redlake is pleased to announce the official release of DiaGrammar 1.0 for Windows! You can find the details, download, and purchase here. We’re confident you’ve never seen anything like DiaGrammar. It’s a live code environment that generates railroad (syntax) diagrams as you write your grammar in any number of supported formats, like ABNF, YACC, McKeeman, Red’s PEG-like parse, and regex. And while its main purpose is to generate diagrams you can use to share and vet your design, it also lets you test your grammar using single inputs or entire directories of them.
DiaGrammar is your new best friend, whether you write DSLs, document data formats, or publish APIs. Users want to understand your design quickly. Diagrams foster understanding, communication, and adoption. Today’s stakeholders demand that designs are thought-out, documented, and tested. You need to be as professional as possible. Don’t hack, design. Don’t hope, test. Don’t guess, understand. Then show everyone what you’ve got with help of the auto-generated diagrams.
Fullstack Technologies is a great name. So great, in fact, that it’s used by a number of companies around the world. During our planning and development process, we worked to keep the name for all our global ventures, but in the U.S. we hit a logistical issue that forced us to consider a name change. Fullstack Technologies lives on. In the U.S. Redlake Technologies is the company formerly known as Fullstack.