Intentional UI Modeling

Jim van Dam (HiPeS)

Modeling · Short Talk
Presentation
Wednesday, 11:30, 10 minutes | Room 209/210 | Download in iCal Format

7
·
8
·
9
·
10
·
11
·
12
·
13
·
14
·
15
·
16
·
17
·
18
·
19

Jim van Dam

Using StUIML (Standard User Interface Modeling Language) and the Eclipse MDSD tooling (EMF, MDT, GMF, OAW, WindowBuilder) one can quickly develop a platform independent UI model that can be generated into several environments. Given the array of currently competing UI technologies this is a valuable approach. This talk will demonstrate the power of both the Eclipse tooling and intentional UI modeling. More demo than talk actually.

Jim started as a knowledge engineer in the 80's. Model based software development has been his main interest since 1985. He started with case-tools, moved on to tailor made MDSD environments and currently uses the Eclipse MDSD tooling and the DSL toolkit from MS. He developed a DSL and tooling for modeling user interfaces enabling platform independent front-end development: StUIML (Standard User Interface Modeling Language). A StUIML predecessor was used in dozens of applications generating both rich and thin client front-ends.

Floor Plan

Gold sponsors

BEA logo

IBM logo

Wind River logo

Replay Solutions logo

JBoss logo

SOPERA logo

Cloudsmith logo

BIRT Exchange logo

Skyway Software logo

Oracle

BlackBerry logo

AMD logo

Silver sponsors

Sybase

Google

Genuitec

Instantiations

Teamprise

Telelogic

Innoopract

Business Objects

LynuxWorks logo

Hardware sponsor

AMD logo

Media sponsors

Extension Media

Methods and Tools

ACM

Addison-Wesley logo

SD Times logo

Open Systems Publishing

Software Test & Performance logo

SDForum

Be a Sponsor