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Try a Concrete based, EMF compatible Metamodel Editor at Code Generation Conference

During my talk at Code Generation Conference next Thursday, I will not only introduce the Concrete Model Editor, but also show an example metamodel editor based on Concrete. It is compatible with the original EMF/ECore metamodels but runs in the webbrowser and brings a new look and feel:Also see the conference program: http://www.codegeneration.net/cg2010/programme.phpIf you want to check it out live, come to the talk with your…See More
Jun 14, 2010
Martin Thiede commented on Martin Thiede's blog post Concrete, a lightweight, web-based model editor
"@Vineet: In order to create an editor you need a metamodel. Concrete metamodels are very similar to ECore/EMF metamodels. There will be support for automatic conversion from ECore to Concrete using the RGen Ruby framework soon (check…"
Apr 20, 2010
Vineet Manohar commented on Martin Thiede's blog post Concrete, a lightweight, web-based model editor
"Looks promising. I am the technical architect of a code generation project called Clickframes, and I am trying to find a decent editor for the model. Is there an easy way to convert my existing xsd to an editor?"
Mar 15, 2010
Pedro J. Molina commented on Martin Thiede's blog post Concrete, a lightweight, web-based model editor
Feb 4, 2010
Martin Thiede posted a blog post

Concrete, a lightweight, web-based model editor

"Concret" is a web-base model editor which can be configured for different DSLs by providing a metamodel and optional concrete syntax definition in HTML/CSS. Models are created mainly by typing text in the browser, using autocompletion, constraint checks, etc. They are exchanged in JSON format with any backend, e.g. via AJAX.Web: http://concrete-editor.orgProject on github:…See More
Feb 3, 2010
A blog post by Martin Thiede was featured

RGen Session and Article

If you are interested in the RGen framework, you might want to attend my session at the Code Generation Conference 2009 or read the RGen article published earlier this year on infoq:http://www.infoq.com/articles/thiede-ruby-modellingSee More
Jun 10, 2009
Martin Thiede posted a blog post

RGen Session and Article

If you are interested in the RGen framework, you might want to attend my session at the Code Generation Conference 2009 or read the RGen article published earlier this year on infoq:http://www.infoq.com/articles/thiede-ruby-modellingSee More
Jun 9, 2009
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Jun 6, 2009

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My interest in Model Driven Software Development:
Bring together model driven software development and programming. Special interest in internal DSL approaches. Development of the "RGen" Ruby framework providing internal Ruby DSLs for the domain modelling and code generation (see below).
My experience of Model Driven Software Development:
5 years of practical experience in using and building code generators for embedded automotive devices.
My blog (or equivalent)
http://ruby-gen.org

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Try a Concrete based, EMF compatible Metamodel Editor at Code Generation Conference

During my talk at Code Generation Conference next Thursday, I will not only introduce the Concrete Model Editor, but also show an example metamodel editor based on Concrete. It is compatible with the original EMF/ECore metamodels but runs in the webbrowser and brings a new look and feel:





Also see the conference program:… Continue

Posted on June 14, 2010 at 19:00

Concrete, a lightweight, web-based model editor

"Concret" is a web-base model editor which can be configured for different DSLs by providing a metamodel and optional concrete syntax definition in HTML/CSS. Models are created mainly by typing text in the browser, using autocompletion, constraint checks, etc. They are exchanged in JSON format with any backend, e.g. via AJAX.



Web: http://concrete-editor.org

Project on github:… Continue

Posted on February 3, 2010 at 22:30 — 3 Comments

RGen Session and Article

If you are interested in the RGen framework, you might want to attend my session at the Code Generation Conference 2009 or read the RGen article published earlier this year on infoq:
http://www.infoq.com/articles/thiede-ruby-modelling

Posted on June 9, 2009 at 20:49

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