reverse engineering Archive
fREX is an open framework for reverse engineering of executable behaviors from existing software code bases (currently Java is supported) using fUML as a pivot language
Some links to tools/posts/news I've found interesting these past few days, including why I don't like MVCs, a free database book and more
Interested in software modernization? (specially on migration legacy software to the cloud using model-based techniques). Read our lessons learnt as part of the Artist European project
31 open source tools to support software developers in migration projects of non-cloud complaint code towards the cloud.
We'll be attending the 22nd Conf on Software Analysis, Evolution, and Reengineering to talk about our recent works on the analysis of open source software
Toolbox with all you need to migrate your legacy software to a cloud environment, including tools for model discovery and understanding, for feasibility analysis, for code-generation,...
Using model-driven techniques Artist facilitates the modernization of your existing non-cloud software assets and your business model to the cloud
Dennis Wagelaar (a committer for the Eclipse ATL project, among many other things) has just published
Read a complete description of the MoDisco model-driven reverse engineering framework
The ARTIST European project is applying cutting-edge model-driven engineering techniques to the problem of modernizing legacy
Very interesting initiative from Modelio : a new website, http://opensource-uml.org/, showcasing UML models derived from popular
Firewalls are a key element in network security. They are in charge of filtering the traffic
Continuing with our reverse engineering research line, today we present our work on the extraction of
Valerio Cosentino and Salvador Martinez presented in the International Workshop on OCL, Model Constraint and Query
Apart from this JSON paper in the main ICWE conference, AtlanMod is presenting the paper Towards
AtlanMod is a partner in the new european project ARTIST . To know what the project
In today’s guest post, Roberto Rodriguez-Echeverria, Víctor M. Pavón and Fernando Sánchez-Figueroa introduce the MIGRARIA project.
Software modernization processes usually follow the well-known horse-shoe model , which provides a framework to integrate
Jean-Sébastien Sottet (Public Research Centre Henri Tudor, Luxemburg) and Hugo Bruneliere (AtlanMod Team – Inria, Ecole
A new version of PyNSource , a reverse engineering tool for Python source code (see others)