System Runtime

Your application is a system

Create your system

Creating a system in System Runtime is very simple, you do not have to code but just to define its model in a human readable format called MSON.

With MSON you can define types, classes, one to one / one to many relationships and multi inheritance between classes.

    "firstName": "property",
    "lastName": "property",
    "nickname": "property",
    "father": "link",
    "fullName": "method"

Create your components

Once your model is created, you will be able to get the classes of your model and create components based on your model.

Because you have defined a model for your system, a Dynamic Type Check is done on every action of your system.

// get your component class
const Jedi = runtime.require('Jedi');

// create components
const luke = new Jedi({
  'firstName': 'Luke',
  'lastName': 'Skywalker'

const anakin = new Jedi({
  'firstName': 'Anakin',
  'lastName': 'Skywalker'

// add a link

// get the first name of luke father

Manage your components

All your components are stored in System Runtime NoSQL Database. In fact, System Runtime acts as an ODM (Object-Document Mapper) to manage your components as NoSQL Documents.

You can find, create, update, delete components like you do in a NoSQL Database.

const Jedi = runtime.require('db')

// find components
  'firstName': 'Luke'

// update components
  'firstName': 'Anakin'
  'nickname': 'Darth Vader'

// remove components
  'firstName': 'Anakin'

Bundle your system

System Runtime can bundle the model, components and methods of your system into a JSON object. This JSON can be then installed and started client-side or server-side.

In fact, System Runtime can create, install and start bundles like in OSGi.

  "_id": "154cd18d0210516",
  "name": "app",
  "description": "",
  "version": "0.0.1",
  "schemas": {},
  "models": {},
  "types": {},
  "behaviors": {
    "1ea9c1d5f811ae1": {
      "_id": "1ea9c1d5f811ae1",
      "component": "154cd18d0210516",
      "state": "start",
      "action": "function start() {\n    console.log('Hello world !');\n}",
      "useCoreAPI": false,
      "core": false
  "components": {}

Compose your systems

Just add a link tag in your HTML to install your bundle into your client-side application. You can also install your bundle on Node.js easily.

You can also install many bundles, in that case all the bundles will be composed.

<!-- on HTML -->
<link rel="system" href="system.json">
// on Node.js
const runtime = require('system-runtime');

// install and start your bundle