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.
Often, modeling tools are regarded as immature and therefore not ready for industrial adoption. Read on to see if there is any truth in this.
An Eclipse/EMF based tool to model optimization and planning problems. MOPLAF provides database and solver integration components for minimizing the code needed to generate and execute the modeled problem.
Revisiting all aspects of model-driven engineering (application, teaching, verification , tooling, research,...) promoting a lightweight perspective to maximize MDE success and adoption
A report on how scalable modeling technologies helped Ikerlan to bring its DSL editor for Wind Turbines to the next level
iOCL is a new tool that helps you write OCL constraints faster and minimizing the chances you get them wrong thanks to its interactive mode
To talk about the Eclipse modeling ecosystem, we are joined today by Gaël Blondelle, Director of European Ecosystem Development at the Eclipse Foundation.
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)
Learn more about the past, present and future of Papyrus and the industry of software /systems modeling in general.
Sirius is an (Eclipse-based) open Source technology that you can use to easily create a customized modeling workbench. Learn more about what Sirius can do for you and do not miss the free SiriusCon conference coming up next month
A new edition of the Ericsson Modeling days is coming up. A unique opportunity to meet with plenty of companies interested in model-driven engineering
Create your own IFML (Interaction Flow Modeling Language) diagrams thanks to our free Eclipse editor for IFML.
Today we present the last version of Collaboro, our approach for the collaborative development of Domain-Specific
Diego Sevilla introduces today his EMF4CPP tool (a C++ reimplementation of the EMF core) in this guest post.