Hapify automates the writing of CRUD operations for both back-end and front-end development. Focus only on business features instead of doing repetitive work!
- Hapify is an agnostic code generator for any type of application manipulating data models, in any language.
- Hapify works with any paradigm or code structure. You can write your own code templates or use those provided by the community.
- Hapify takes two inputs: data models and code templates.
Hapify provides a simple but powerful syntax to help you create dynamic boilerplates. Using Hapify you can either:
Hapify lets you define the data models that fit your project specifications. The model definition in Hapify is agnostic and featured-oriented (behavioral), which means Hapify defines what the model should do, not how it will do it.
The data models can be edited in a local web console.
You can import data models provided on the Hapify Hub.
For more information on data models, you can refer to this.
A typical Hapify boilerplate is divided into two parts:
- Dynamic files: Hapify template files, compatible with Hapify data models and the Hapify engine.
- Static files: All other files, which are not related to data models: Docker files, CSS files, libraries, plugins, etc.
A channel is a set of templates. Most boilerplates have only one channel. However, a full-stack boilerplate can contain two channels, one for front-end templates and one for back-end templates.