Clustering of model instances by using graph kernels. Make sure you test your models with the most diverse set of examples!
None of us enjoys wasting time aligning HTML/CSS elements. A tool able to take our rough handmade sketches and transform them into actual UI code is almost a dream come true. Let’s see how close we are to this goal.
Are you using model transformation languages to manipulate your models? If not, why? Should we just get rid of all transformation languages and use plain Java?. Participate in this discussion about the future of model transformations.
Ever thought about using Slack as your front-end modeling tool? See how you can ask your UML Slack Chatbot App to create UML elements using commands in Natural Language
When testing or validating a model we need a diverse set of instances that helps us to analyze the different ways such model can be satisfied. Our work uses classifying terms and constraint strengthening to generate such diverse set.