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I'd argue that in this case my experiments are what led to the essay. It was through experimentation that I found the issue I'm writing about.

BillWoodruff wrote:
"Neo" who could actually make generating code for complex business rules from "higher level" abstractions possible for mere mortals.


Years ago, I did this for a company I worked for. It could generate about 2.5 tiers of a 3 tier web application and supported rest/JSONP before most frameworks. The other half a tier would be the web design part, although you could define the UI elements themselves by attributing the business entities with default appearances that could be overridden on the actual design end.

It wasn't quite for non-developers, but you could define all three (2.5 really) tiers through attributed XSD.
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