Category Archives: programming

Put some muscle into your UML: ArnoldC code generator

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ArnoldC is a programming language using quotes from Arnold Schwarzenegger. This code generator provides creates ArnoldC programs from UML activity diagram.

Dr.Explain: One interface for creating technical documentation

Dr. Explain - tool for writing 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.

Walkmod – Open source tool for sharing and applying code conventions

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Where are coding conventions specified? How can we detect which source files are violating conventions? And who will fix the code?. Walkmod will help your company to answer these questions!

Executing OCL expressions on plain Java – How to do it?

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In twitter, Sébastien Mosser raised the question of how to execute OCL expressions on plain Java classes. As you may know, we can use EMFQuery to query EObjects using OCL expressions as filters as shown in this example (taken from this tutorial) where we select all objects of the Writer class having written books in

EasyEclipse for Java (kickstarter project)

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Interesting new project in Kickstarter to fund EasyEclipse for Java that is summarized as “Streamlined Java IDE + Funding model for the Eclipse open-source ecosystem” This motto gives you already a hint about the twofold goal of the project: Improve the Eclipse IDE for Java In particular its integration with these technologies: Java (with support

The Wolfram Language – Knowledge-based programming

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Thanks to Johan I’ve discovered this first announcement of the Wolfram Language, a general-purpose knowledge-based language. What does this mean? Well, not exactly clear at this point. Let´s start by reading an excerpt of what they say in the announcement: In a sense, inside the Wolfram Language we have a whole computable model of the

A Tutorial on Google Cloud Endpoints (III)

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This post finishes with the tutorial about introducing Google Cloud Endpoints. As explained in the previous two parts, we plan to teach you how to construct a simple web backend storing data about posts and then expose it by means of a public REST-based API. We explained in the first post of the tutorial how

NoFlo: Code-generation project in Kickstarter – A first

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NoFlo has launched a kickstarter project to get 100.000 USD in funding for their Development and code-generation Environment. Their motto is: Software begins as boxes & arrows on a whiteboard, let’s keep it that way! Imagine, a platform that eliminates spaghetti code… With NoFlo, the diagram is the software! NoFlow could be defined as a

A Tutorial on Google Cloud Endpoints (II)

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We continue with the tutorial about using Google Cloud Endpoints. As introduced in the first part, we plan to teach you how to construct a simple web backend storing data and then expose it by means of a public REST-based API. We explained in the first post of the tutorial how to set up the

A Tutorial on Google Cloud Endpoints (I)

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Lately, we’ve been playing with Google Cloud Endpoints and want to share with you a little tutorial on the basics of this technology. In a series of three posts we plan to teach you how to construct a simple web backend storing data and then expose it by means of a public REST-based API. Don’t

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