Dozer is a system for rapidly developing services to support front-end applications.
It's not a framework, not a toolkit, rather Dozer aims to be a maleable and unopinionated foundation for developing RESTful API's and web services to support front-end development.
Dozer creates a core server environment using NodeJS and the Express framework then allows you to build api endpoints, database models, components and adapters which all work together to provide the services required on the front-end.
DozerJS has an npm available to make creating new instances simple. To get started install the npm globally:
npm install dozerjs -g
Then simply run the
dozerjs npm via the following:
dozerjs create NewProject
Which will create the project with all neccesary assets and dependencies in the
For additional information on using the command client please visit the npm page.
To get the foundation up and running simply clone it locally then run
to install the dependencies.
DozerJS is released under the MIT-style license and as such is open to modification and redistribution based upon the terms of the license.
For more information on DozerJS, usage, concepts and examples please visit the DozerJS website.