IDEs for model transformation languages are still rudimentary compared to IDEs of languages like Java o C. AnATLyzer has been created to fill this gap and provide some advanced IDE features for ATL.
Gremlin-ATL is a scalable and efficient model-to-model transformation framework that translates ATL transformations into Gremlin, a query language supported by several NoSQL databases
Looking for an alternative to the “standard” Java-based Eclipse Modeling Framework? Try this Python implementation of EMF with an emphasis on modeling flexibility and scripting (e.g. to write model transformations)
Read on to learn how formalizing model transformations and traceability mappings helps to chain, reuse and compose model transformations
We propose a data distribution algorithm for declarative model transformation based on static analysis of relational transformation rules.
Is ATL as good as it seems? Or still has some major problems to overcome? And other languages as well? Have your saying! E.g. I miss a live coding environment!