IDDL is a language and toolset for specifying a system design. RIDDL is not a programming language, but it uses ideas from prior works, unique combinations of those ideas, and some original ideas.
Before we get into the details, let’s review the structure of this documentation, so that you may utilize it efficiently.
Everyone should read the Introduction section as it provides a high level introduction to RIDDL, defines what RIDDL is, what it can do, what it is based upon, who helped it come to fruition, and how to get help. Definitely start with the Introduction if you’re new to RIDDL.
Everyone should also read the Conceptual Overview which describes the various definitional concepts used by RIDDL. This section will give you a complete understanding of the ideas used in RIDDL, without worrying about the syntax of the language that is used to express those ideas.
People involved with RIDDL come from many professional roles so there are Guides that provide learning paths for those various roles.
For those that like to learn incrementally, there is a Tutorial that walks the reader through the construction of a RIDDL model for a restaurant chain, and the resulting software system to operate it.
If you want to dive into the technical specification for the RIDDL language, you can go to the Language section and learn the language syntax and grammar.
If you want to learn to use the tools that RIDDL provides, you can go to the Tooling section and learn how to install and use them.
If you’re interested in knowing how we plan to extend RIDDl in the future, please review our Future Work section.
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