Eclipse DemoCamps November 2010/Dresden
TU Dresden / Gebäude POT/112/H
Date and Time
Thursday, November 25th, 2010, 5:00pm
This Demo Camp will be sponsored by itemis AG, Eclipse strategic member and the leading company for model-driven software development and planConnect GmbH, a specialist for digital drawing management.
If your company is willing to sponsor this event, too, then contact itemis branch in Leipzig.
Lars Martin, itemis AG
Steffen Stundzig, itemis AG
If you would like to present at the DemoCamp, please feel free to add your name and topic to the list. We can accommodate a maximum of 6 demos.
- Lars Martin (itemis AG), Steffen Stundzig (itemis AG), Maven/Tycho - seamless build for Eclipse projects
- Jan Reimann (TU Dresden), Improve your Metamodel Design with Ecore Refactorings
- Michael Thiele, Claas Wilke (TU Dresden), Editing and Parsing OCL constraints using Dresden OCL and EMFText
- Since its first official release in 1997, OCL has been applied as a constraint language to many different modelling and metamodelling languages. During our demo we'd like to present Dresden OCL which allows OCL editing, parsing and interpretation in the context of various modeling languages. Furthermore we plan to demonstrate our OCL interpreter that is able to evaluate OCL constraints on different runtime objects and data as Java objects or XML data.
- Mirko Seifert (TU Dresden)
- Programming-Oriented Modelling Programming and Modelling are often conceived as two contrary activities. Developers used to solve problems by writing programs in a General Purpose Language (e.g., Java) can hardly imagine that modeling---or Domain-specific Languages---can fully replace source code. Truth is, there is no need to do so. Model-driven and code-centric development can actually complement each other. One can stick with traditional software development that is focused on source code and still replace parts of applications that are more easy to develop using models (or DSLs). The talk will show how to tightly integrate Java programs and EMF-based modeling languages (e.g., built using GMF, Xtext or EMFText). or
- Documenting Ecore Models with EMFDoc The Eclipse Modeling Framework (EMF) has built-in facitilites to documents models. However, these are rarely used, because documentation must be added using EAnnotations which are cumbersome to write and maintain. EMFDoc is a small DSL which is dedicated to writing documentation.
- Jendrik Johannes (TU Dresden), Model and Code Composition with the Reuseware Composition Framework
- The Reuseware Composition Framework is an open-source EMF-based composition tool. Reuseware allows language developers to extend modelling and programming languages to support new kinds of components (e.g., aspects). Language users can then use the tooling offered by Reuseware inside Eclipse in combination with other modelling tools. We demonstrate both the tooling for language developers to quickly add component support to an arbitrary language and the tooling for language users to specify and compose components.
- Martin Flügge (Eclipse Modeling Project), Dawn, collaborative user interfaces using the CDO Model Repository
- The Dawn project achieves to create collaborative network solutions for user interfaces basing on CDO. E.g. it provides collaborative access for GMF diagrams. Beside the real time shared editing Dawn provides conflict visualisation and handling and other useful feature for collaborative modeling. In addition to this, Dawn will also provide a Web-Viewer which allows to view every diagram change online.
Who Is Attending
If you plan on attending please add your name and company to the list below. If you have any trouble with the wiki, just send an email to leipzig at itemis dot de.
- Lars Martin, itemis AG
- Claas Wilke, TU Dresden, Lehrstuhl Softwaretechnik
- Jendrik Johannes, TU Dresden, Lehrstuhl Softwaretechnik
- Alexander Fischer, PC-Soft GmbH
- Ralph Mueller, Eclipse Foundation
- Kristian Rink, planConnect GmbH
- Mirko Seifert, TU Dresden, Lehrstuhl Softwaretechnik
- Steffen Stundzig, itemis AG
- Jan Reimann, TU Dresden
- Michael Thiele, TU Dresden
- Martin Flügge, Eclipse Modeling Project