cloud & web engineering Archive
Our work helps security experts to visualize, (automatically) analyse and manipulate web security access-control policies, specially for Java EE
After their investment round, we catch up with Lucidchart's COO to see what we can expect from the Ludichart web-based modeling tool in the future
New version of our tool able to infer the shared schema among a set of schemaless JSON Documents
EMF-REST generates truly RESTful APIs for your EMF models. EMF-REST complements the existing (Java-based) API generation facilities EMF already provides and extends them to the Web.
Showing how online DSL workbenches can be used to easily build programming elearning games
A web front-end for your modeling software thanks to this technology to develop domain-specific language editors for web apps and cloud IDEs
A project proposal to make open data sources accessible to non-techincal people by using API techniques to unify and combine their knowledge
Summary of the CloudMDE workshpo where we discussed the latest research results regarding the intersection of cloud and modeling / MDE
See what languages you could use to describe your next Web (RESTful) API and why this is so important to facilitate the consumption of your APIs
Help us (the researchers) to help you by answering this survey so that we can then target our security analysis algorithms to what you need!
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
Have you done any research work using WordPress as case study? Or using any of the technologies that WP users (PHP, SVN, DBs,...). This will interest you.
Discover a set of new DSLs aimed at facilitating the specification of all aspects of cloud-based applications
We keep on working on our research work about the discovery of implicit schemas from JSON
As we have already explained before, IFML (Interaction Flow Modeling Language) is a very recent OMG
This post finishes with the tutorial about introducing Google Cloud Endpoints. As explained in the previous
We continue with the tutorial about using Google Cloud Endpoints. As introduced in the first part,