LAL – Little Activity Language

lal is a lightweight Service composition and execution language that is tailored towards the requirements of mobile infrastructures. lal has a considerable small set of abstractions that are easy to understand for people – in comparison with workflow languages like BPEL or YAWL. The latter are used to specify each step that is necessary towards […]

(Re-)Introducing LAL – Little Activity Language

We’ve been working on a mobile process language for quite some time now. During this process we’ve been devising several names for this language. We started with Tweetflows, moved to EGON and we’ve settled for lal – little activity language. The name describes the basic design principle, which is the encapsulation of (semi-)structured actions as […]