Pack your system with small "resources" that serve as building blocks, ranging from simple "string" fields to high-level "Projects" that bring multiple microservices together.
Ensure consistency and clarity in your APIs with Sylk's centralized schema. Define and manage all your project's API definitions in one central location, making it easy to maintain and update.
Construct multiple nested levels and methods within your APIs, leveraging the native features of your preferred programming language. From simple array responses to streams of nested objects, Sylk CLI offers flexibility and versatility.
Focus on your data model and functionality while Sylk CLI handles enforcing best practices and eliminating design errors. Benefit from a fault-tolerant CLI that guides you towards industry-standard practices, reducing the risk of common pitfalls and promoting robust development.
Gain a comprehensive view of your project's schema state with a single command. Use the 'sylk ls' command to explore the properties and structure of your resources. Additionally, visualize the dependencies within your project graph, ensuring a clear understanding of the relationships between components.
Harness the power of gRPC and HTTP/2 in your distributed systems without the steep learning curve. Sylk CLI provides a simple and intuitive interface, abstracting away the complexities of gRPC and Protocol Buffers (protobuf) syntax. Build and deploy progressive distributed systems effortlessly.
Expedite your project setup with Sylk CLI's streamlined process. Create a fully bootstrapped project with pre-configured directories, ready to accommodate your project schema. Save time and effort by starting with a well-organized project structure.
Eliminate repetitive and boilerplate code writing across multiple languages. Sylk CLI automatically generates client code files for TypeScript/Node.js, Go, and Python. These code files inherit directly from your project's API schema, ensuring consistent communication between services and reducing development overhead.