Model-driven web applications: generating Seam/JSF Web Applications on the basis of ecore models

Martin Taal (elver.org/springsite.com)

Modeling · Short Talk

Thursday, 13:50, 10 minutes | Room 203/204 | Download in iCal Format

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Martin Taal

This short talk will demonstrate a first version of the elver.org model-to-web application generation and runtime tools. The toolset supports the generation of data-oriented web applications on the basis of ecore models enriched with ui-oriented annotations. The available set of templates supports several different types of web-crud dialogs with specific attention for maintaining relations between types.
The demo will also touch on the importance of runtime availability of the business model and support of a model-driven approach at runtime. The generated web application is based on Seam, showing the power of a combination of Seam and a model-driven approach.

Martin Taal is an independent software consultant mainly working on data-centric business web applications. He has over 10 years experience in the IT-industry in different roles varying from functional architect to development manager, team lead and software developer. The last 6 years Martin has primarily worked on business web applications on topics such as e-procurement, product data management, content management and supplier management.

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