||a web-editor that is used within RAP. It has been integrated in the RAP-application
||a text editor that has long been used in the Ampersand project, but not
any more. A syntax coloring mechanism for Ampersand still exists. This
editor has been superseded by VScode, because it is being supported by
a much larger community.
||the platform for technology agnostic, fully automated deployment of services,
which we use to deploy the Ampersand compiler and applications developed
||a platform for configuring services in a full-fledged application such
|the versioning system in which all source code is kept. It enables us
to work collaboratively on multiple features in parallel, without interfering
each other's work.
Michiel, Hidde-Jan, Martijn,
||a system for generating diagrams, which is used to generate conceptual
models and data models as part of the documentation generator.
||the programming language in which the Ampersand compiler is built and
||a simple, standardized, format for communicating data structures. It is
used to communicate data from the Ampersand-compiler to the generated application.
||a platform for configuring and managing deployed services (such as RAP)
in an operational environment. Kubernetes is not being used yet in production
instances of Ampersand.
||a typesetting system, which we use to generate PDF's with. At the
moment MarkDown is the preferred markup language, so LaTeX's role
in the Ampersand project is decreasing.
||the database that is used by Ampersand for persistency. This used to be
MySQL, until MariaDB took over in the Open Source community.
||the language in which Ampersand documentation is written. We use it for
maximal portability of text over different platforms.
||a system for document translation and markup, which we use to create a
host of different document formats
||a build automation environment for Haskell that we use to build the Ampersand
compiler with. It guarantees consistency of module dependencies within
the Haskell world.
||an editor for development of the Ampersand compiler and Ampersand-projects.
A VScode extension for Ampersand exists that offers syntax coloring.