tools Archive

On Developing Open Source MDE Tools: our Lessons Learned

As a research team with a strong development activity of open source (model-driven) tools we have

OpenXava: Lightweight Model-Driven Framework

Introduction to the core concepts of OpenXava by its founder. Discover this AJAX Java Framework for Rapid Development of Enterprise Web Applications.

anATLyzer – Static analysis of ATL transformations to uncover errors

Combination of static analysis and constraint solving to improve the quality of model transformations. Implemented as an extension of the standard ATL IDE.

UMLetino – A free online UML tool for fast UML diagrams

Draw diagrams online with this install-free browser UML tool aimed at quickly drawing UML sketches (even mixing elements from different UML "diagrams" )

Measuring Openness in Open Source Projects

Openness level of an open source project can influence the enthusiasm of new developers to join a project. See three metrics to calculate the openness of OSS projects

Nomnoml – a new text-based UML tool

Read why and how nomnoml (our latest addition to the ever-growing list of textual UML tools) was created

UML modeling in the cloud with GenMyModel (now out of beta)

The evolution of a cloud-based UML modeling tool. Read why and how GenMyModel has evolved to match the needs of online modeling users.

Composing JSON-based Web APIs

We keep on working on our research work about the discovery of implicit schemas from JSON

Dr.Explain: One interface for creating technical documentation

Dr. Explain will help you to create any kind of technical documentation for your software manual or help file. Specially designed for developers.

UML to LaTeX transformation with PlantUML

Some brave colleagues (I´m looking at you, Robert) have managed to draw class diagrams in LaTeX