executable UML Archive

xtUML 2015 Conference – A Good Start

Summary of a two-day conference to strengthen the xtUML community, covering its OSS tool for Executable UML modeling, xtUML syntax and methodology and more!

Writing business logic in UML with Cloudfier

Cloudfier implements executability on top of the UML standard. Code generators in Cloudfier share a common interpretation of UML, eliminating the ambiguity

Are Cloudfier applications models or programs?

Reevaluating the 'models vs programs' discussion plus the benefits of developing with executable models

Objects and Relations in Scrall

Today is the day that we address the R in Scrall. And this week’s blog is

Hopping lithely across relationships in Scrall

Leon Starr introduces a new Executable UML action language named Scrall: Starr's concise relational action language.This post focuses on hopping relationships

Grabbing objects with Scrall

This week we begin taking a look at Scrall action language examples. Today, we’re just going

Introducing the Scrall action language … under construction

Leon Starr introduces a new Executable UML action language named Scrall: Starr's concise relational action language

Leon Starr’s Executable UML and Action Language blog

Leon Starr's tips on open source model driven software development, Executable UML and a better action language.

fUML tool available on GitHub

An open source implementation of the OMG Foundational Semantics for Executable UML models (fUML) specification available on GitHub

xtUML – eXecutable Translatable UML Open Source Editor

xtUML is a new open source solution for executable UML based on the well-known BridgePoint tool. Beyond a model editor, it includes several model compilers

Alf – The Standard Programming Language for UML (slideshare)

Slideshare presentation giving a complete overview of the Alf (Executable UML standard) language syntax

UML: Once more with meaning (presentation by Ed Seidewitz on Executable UML)

Ed Seidewitz, THE driving force behind the new Executable UML standards (see also our Executable UML

User interface modeling with the new IFML standard

UML is good to model many things but clearly misses the point when it comes to design complex

UML to control robots playing sumo

Who said UML was useless? Check this video showing to control two Lego Mindstorms robots via