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Revision as of 03:19, 1 April 2011



Create an Android generator with Acceleo

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The Android tutorial will use the prototype based approach in order to realize an Android generator. We will start with a small Android application that will be used to parameterized an Acceleo generator that we will improve so as to transform it into a generic Android application. Then we will create different model of Android applications that will be generated without any changes to our generator. Finally, we will see how to seamlessly integrate this generator within Eclipse. This tutorial has been created by Jonathan Musset. It has been presented during EclipseCon 2010, Eclipse Summit Europe 2010 and the Topcased Days 2011. coming soon on the Obeo network.

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