Modeling software application front-ends: introducing the open source IFML graphical editor…

Hamza Ed-Douibi 1, 2 Hugo Brunelière 2, 1
1 ATLANMOD - Modeling Technologies for Software Production, Operation, and Evolution
LINA - Laboratoire d'Informatique de Nantes Atlantique, Département informatique - EMN, Inria Rennes – Bretagne Atlantique
Abstract : Front-ends are important parts of software applications. They can change and evolve from occasionally to very often depending on the type of application. Thus, it appears more and more important to be able to properly specify and/or represent them (e.g. to facilitate code generation and automation). Based on the new Interaction Flow Modeling Language (IFML) standard from the OMG, the IFML editor (http://ifml.github.io/) provides a complete open source modeling environment for expressing the content, user interaction and control behavior of software applications front-ends (also offering bindings to the persistence and business logical layers). This short talk is going to introduce this new Eclipse-based IFML editor, developed with the Sirius technology, and to briefly present its main features.
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EclipseCon North America 2015 - Modeling Symposium, Mar 2015, San Francisco, United States. 〈http://fr.slideshare.net/HugoBruneliere/ifml-open-source-editor-in-eclipse-eclipsecon-2015-modeling-symposium〉
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Hamza Ed-Douibi, Hugo Brunelière. Modeling software application front-ends: introducing the open source IFML graphical editor…. EclipseCon North America 2015 - Modeling Symposium, Mar 2015, San Francisco, United States. 〈http://fr.slideshare.net/HugoBruneliere/ifml-open-source-editor-in-eclipse-eclipsecon-2015-modeling-symposium〉. 〈hal-01146785〉

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