Clarifying all the different strategies you could follow when using modeling for the development of User Interfaces and Systems Development
An initial roadmap towards the holistic protection of intellectual property (IP) in collaborative modeling scenarios based on the adaptation of Cryptography, Access-control and Digital Rights Management mechanisms
Very few MDD approaches have been reported to deal with NFRs (though they should). To better understand the current practices we present the results of a multi-national empirical study, based on interviews with companies using MDD for their development projects.
Jarvis is a new chatbot DSL that helps you to model and deploy complex chatbots that interact with external services. Bringing the power of model-driven engineering to chatbot development
We present a list of issues that hinder the usage of model-driven web engineering in medium to big size companies. These clear practical problems need to be solved to support the “usefulness” claims that the MDWE community has been repeating for years.
We propose to assign a degree of belief to model statements, which is expressed by a probability (called credence, in statistical terms) that represents a quantification of such a subjective degree of belief. We discuss how it can be represented using current modeling notations, and how to operate with it in order to make informed decisions.
A model-based reverse engineering process to generate UML diagrams from PHP code, relying on Modisco and the Eclipse PHP project
A new approach to partially generate graphical user interfaces from business process models based on a set of common BPMN patterns.
Keep reading to see how we managed to combine modeling and continuous delivery and how this combination is beneficial for both continuous integration / deployment and model-driven tools
Margaret Hamilton is not only a software engineering pioneer but a model-driven one as well. Her work on the Universal Systems Language already embedded many of the key modeling concepts we use nowadays (platform-independence, code-generation,…).
Low-code tools should be the perfect match for solopreneurs trying to release their software products ASAP. But low-code tools are too expensive for them. We explore potential alternatives.