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In current practice these are mostly taken in a single step using a single technology. We plan to provide the right tooling support for each step using models at different levels.
 
In current practice these are mostly taken in a single step using a single technology. We plan to provide the right tooling support for each step using models at different levels.
 
= Work Areas  =
 
  
 
*[[PMF/Architecture|Architecture]]  
 
*[[PMF/Architecture|Architecture]]  
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*[[PMF/design|PMF Design]]
 
*[[PMF/UserCase|Use cases]]  
 
*[[PMF/UserCase|Use cases]]  
*[[PMF/model|PMF Model]]  
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*[[PMF/Target Platforms|Target Platforms]]
*[[PMF/generation|Code generation]]  
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*[[PMF/Example Applications|Example Applications]]
*[[PMF/targetplatforms|Target Platforms]]
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*[[PMF/exampleapplications|Example Applications]]
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== Info  ==
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=== EclipseCon2010 ===
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* PMF [http://wiki.eclipse.org/images/d/d9/PMF.pdf Deck] [http://www.soyatec.org/eclipse/eclipsecon2010/PMF/PMF.html Demo]
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* [http://www.slideshare.net/BENOIT_LANGLOIS/ui-modeling-in-action-with-pmf-e4xwt-and-egf UI Modeling in action with PMF, EGF and e4/XWT]
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== Work Areas  ==
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*[[PMF/model|Model]]  
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*[[PMF/tools|Tools]]  
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*[[PMF/generation|Code Generation]]

Latest revision as of 12:26, 24 March 2010

Presentation Modeling Framework aims at simplifying UI development using a model driven approach. UI development can be split up into three stages:

  1. Functional specification where the UI concepts are independent of any UI technology
  2. Translation from the functional specification to a technical widget set and platform
  3. Layout and styling

In current practice these are mostly taken in a single step using a single technology. We plan to provide the right tooling support for each step using models at different levels.

[edit] Info

[edit] EclipseCon2010

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