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Parallel Agile CodeBot™ accelerates your software development team by automatically generating an executable architecture from your domain model
Domain-Driven Prototyping
  • Domain Driven Design is a popular design approach that has been proven successful over many years.
  • Different use cases share information through common domain objects. This information sharing is made visible when use cases are decomposed into models, views, and controllers.
  • Prototyping against a live database early in the project enables feedback-driven database design and requirements discovery
  • Domain Driven Architectures are the most resilient to change because the problem domain generally changes much more slowly than the software requirements.
The domain model class diagram is transformed into a set of NoSQL (Mongo DB) collections, generating the basic set of database access functions, and wrapping those access functions in a REST API. (Node JS)
Get to Code at Warp Speed
Manual coding
of common database access functions is tedious, slow, error-prone, and expensive
Getting to code
immediately at project inception is the true essence of agility
Availability of REST APIs
for common database access functions makes it easy to develop for multiple client platforms.
Scale to Massive Teams
A common, shared understanding of the problem domain is a critical success factor on most software projects. Without a shared understanding of the problem, solutions are always chaotic.

Executable Architectures are a key enabler of massively parallel development and elastic staffing. Executable Architectures simplify collaboration among a large group of developers. Everybody's code plugs into the architecture so people can work in parallel without integration issues
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CodeBot makes your domain driven design executable
CodeBot generates domain driven APIs at hyperspeed:
  • Mongo DB collections and database access functions
  • Node JS API for all database functions
  • API Documentation in Swagger
  • Client-side code in JavaScript, Java, and SWIFT
API calls are instantly available for common database access functions for all collections.
CodeBot generates database access functions to Create, Read One, Read Many/All, Modify, Replace, and Delete anything in the database. These API calls are then documented in Swagger.

API availability simplifies integration for multiple collaborating developers, whether your team size is small, medium, or large.
The schema validation code is also generated automatically
Free trial evaluation: We'll cloud-host your database and API for testing, but only the API documentation is downloadable.
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