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Adilson de Almeida Pedro
  • São Paulo, SP
  • Brazil
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My interest in Model Driven Software Development:
I got interested by code generators since 2003 when i first developed my own app wrote in php called MP DBFORM to build web forms and insert code to a Mysql Database

that very early version gave origin to another system called Zum coder, this time based in templates also developed in PHP.

I particularly have much interest in that kind of development, because it helps to speed up the building of new applications and also helps to keep the code easy to maintain and adherent to standards and design patterns
My experience of Model Driven Software Development:
I have more than 10 years experience on software development, specially web-based applications.

I have large experience in PHP, C#, JAVA, ASP, XML, Mysql, SqlServer, UML, OOP, Design patterns.

I'm currently running a web-based application, called Zum Coder that is a template based applications that helps to generate code from databases such as Mysql, SQL Server, PostgreSQL, SQLITE, from Models, such as XML, XSD, Web Forms, PHP DTO Classes.

I hope get even more experience from people here
I think it will be a great opportunity to improve my knowledge
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HTML Form as a model to generate code from

In order to simplify the concept of what is a model and what we can do in a practical way, I will explain how to use a simple HTML form as a model.


An HTML form can provide us a simple and practical model to generate code from.

Looking to the DOM of a HTML form we can extract two main characteristics:

 - Form name;

 - Form fields;


Form fields by itself provide us other properties:



Posted on February 9, 2011 at 19:16 — 2 Comments

Zum Coder DBML Support

Now Zum Coder has support to dbml modeling.

After log in the zum coder, in the main menu go to Tools->Transformations

Will show up a transformation form as the image below

Once in that screen choose a template Set, for instance PHP

Select the model "dbmlModel", that model deals with dbml files…


Posted on October 24, 2010 at 1:30

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