Things you can do using Concerto:
- Define an object-oriented model using a domain-specific language that is much easier to read and write than JSON/XML Schema, XMI or equivalents. The metamodel gives you "just enough" expressivity to capture real-world business models, while remaining easy to map to most runtime environments.
- Optionally edit your models using a powerful VS Code add-on with syntax highlighting and validation
- Create runtime instances of your model
- Serialize your instances to JSON
- Deserialize (and optionally validate) instances from JSON
- Instances are JS objects so they are easy to pass around your application
- Introspect the model using a powerful set of APIs
- Convert the model to other formats: JSON Schema, XML Schema, Java, Go, Typescript, Loopback, PlantUML using concerto-tools.
- Import models from URLs
- Publish your reusable models to any website, including the Accord Project Open Source model repository, hosted at: https://models.accordproject.org
Structure of the Code Repository
Top level repository (concerto), with sub packages. Each sub-package is published as an independent npm module using
- concerto-cli : command-line interface for Concerto
- concerto-core : core library for model management/parsing/validation/serialization
- concerto-tools : model converters and tools for Concerto model files
To install the command-line interface:
npm install -g @accordproject/concerto-cli
You may also set a custom folder to keep the log files by setting the following environment variable:
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