openArchitectureWare 4.2

Peter Friese (Gentleware) and Bernd Kolb (Independent Consultant)

Wednesday, 14:30, 30 minutes | Silchersaal    presentation file

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Peter Friese

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Bernd Kolb

openArchitectureWare is nowadays one of the most used MDSD (model driven software development) frameworks. Much of this success results from the flexibility of openArchitectureWare: rather than providing pre-made generator templates, oAW serves as a generator toolkit and enables users to easily create tailored generator solutions that really fit their needs. Besides this flexibility, openArchitectureWare users benefit from the tight integration with Eclipse: not only does oAW come with an array of editors that make writing templates and workflows an easy task. oAW also delivers refactoring support, easy navigation, an incremental project builder and a debugger.

During Europa, oAW has evolved from a GMT-project to a part of several Modeling projects such as Model-to-Text and EMFT Beside this, oAW now also has some brand-new features, which will be covered in this session such as:
  • oAW Debugger (for Workflows, generator templates and model-to-model transformations)
  • XText – a framework for generating textual editors
  • Refactoring support for Xpand templates
  • Hyperlink and F3 navigation in Editors
  • Aspects in templates and transformations to make your generators more flexible
  • General user assistance topics (Welcome page, single-source online help and PDF documentation, cheat sheets)

Peter Friese works as a software architect for Gentleware in Hamburg, Germany. Peter is also a committer on various open source projects, most notably openArchitectureWare and FindBugs. He has been working on the design and implementation of distributed enterprise systems since 2000. Peter is specializing in model driven software development, Eclipse and Spring.

Bernd Kolb works as an independent consultant, focussing on model-driven software development and Eclipse technologies. He has worked in different domains from tooling for automotive embedded systems to enterprise Java applications. He is a regular speaker at conferences and has written a number of articles, as well co-authored a book.

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