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The following Flash demo shows the creation of a simple 3G telecom network using the Ecore Tools project.
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This tutorial is a step-by-step guide to creating a domain specific language (DSL) and an associated GMF based graphical editor. The tutorial is driven through the GMF process by the GMF dashboard.
  
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The first zip file below contains a Flash based demo showing the creation of a simple DSL for a 3G telecom network. The demo uses the [http://www.eclipse.org/modeling/emft/?project=ecoretools Ecore Tools] project to define the DSL. Once the DSL is defined we use the GMF to build a graphical editor to assist end users, normally telecom operators, who which to model their own 3G telecom network.
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The second zip file below is a Flash based demo showing how an operator would use our GMF based editor to build a model of their 3G network.
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Latest revision as of 06:55, 21 July 2011

This tutorial is a step-by-step guide to creating a domain specific language (DSL) and an associated GMF based graphical editor. The tutorial is driven through the GMF process by the GMF dashboard.

The first zip file below contains a Flash based demo showing the creation of a simple DSL for a 3G telecom network. The demo uses the Ecore Tools project to define the DSL. Once the DSL is defined we use the GMF to build a graphical editor to assist end users, normally telecom operators, who which to model their own 3G telecom network.

media:part-1.zip

TN.png

The second zip file below is a Flash based demo showing how an operator would use our GMF based editor to build a model of their 3G network.

media:part-2.zip

TNM0.png