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Generate documentation with Xomega

Check out our new video on generating professional design documents using Xomega.If you…Continue

Started Nov 6, 2018

Model and generate HTML SPA with REST services using Xomega

We have just published a new video, where we walk you through building a Single Page…Continue

Tags: TypeScript, HTML5, API, Web, REST

Started Aug 12, 2018

Watch new video on rapid MDD with Xomega

I am excited to announce the release of our new, comprehensive Video Tutorial on Model Driven Development with Xomega. In this full and captivating demo, you will learn the benefits of MDD, and will…Continue

Tags: WPF, C#, TypeScript, SPA, HTML5

Started May 4, 2018

MDD for .Net
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We have published a very interesting video about Model Driven Development and Code Generation of .Net applications using Xomega.What do you think of…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Luis Molina Oct 29, 2013.

 

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Generate documentation with Xomega

Check out our new video on generating professional design documents using Xomega.If you want to see how our Xomega Model-Driven Development platform can help you deliver the highest quality .Net applications in record time, and at a fraction of the cost, then make sure to watch the other videos in our series as well.Let us know what you think of it.See More
Nov 6, 2018
Luis Molina replied to Xomega Team's discussion MDD for .Net
"Thanks for all."
Oct 29, 2013
Xomega Team replied to Xomega Team's discussion MDD for .Net
"Thanks for the good feedback. Yes, right now the form that gets generated including the layout is part of the generator, and you can customize it in the full version. We're planning to separate it into a separate template that would be used by…"
Oct 29, 2013
Luis Molina replied to Xomega Team's discussion MDD for .Net
"congrats, good work, I miss some things in the basic version, for example in my tool for code generation I have two modes, in the first I can create search and detail forms like in your basic version, but I also have another mode in where I can…"
Oct 27, 2013
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MDD for .Net

We have published a very interesting video about Model Driven Development and Code Generation of .Net applications using Xomega.What do you think of this video? Any feedback will be very much appreciated.See More
Oct 13, 2013
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Jan 26, 2011
Juha-Pekka Tolvanen replied to Xomega Team's discussion XML-based Model Driven Development
"TO "Xomega team" and Moritz I’m surprised if someone wants to model in XML as usually other forms fit better for creating, editing, reusing etc. models. Using XML as storage format is another thing and if your focus is on generator…"
Nov 16, 2009
Moritz Eysholdt replied to Xomega Team's discussion XML-based Model Driven Development
"I agree with you that textual modeling has some advantages: Besides copy/paste and regex you can as well use the standard diff/merge-tools and tools for version control (CVS/SVN/GIT/etc.) However, the difference between XML and a custom textual…"
Nov 13, 2009
Moritz Eysholdt replied to Xomega Team's discussion XML-based Model Driven Development
"If you really want to model in XML, you could use the openArchitectureWare (oAW) for code generation and validation and therefore as an alternative to XSLT. The oAW's XSD Adapter lets you treat your XML files as models and your XML-Schemas as…"
Nov 13, 2009
Rafael Chaves replied to Xomega Team's discussion XML-based Model Driven Development
"I think this is (or used to be) quite common. I worked with code generation from XML files using XSLT back in 2001/2002. We also implemented translators from ArgoUML/Tau UML XMI to our own schema. As Pedro also mentions, maintainability of XSLT…"
Nov 13, 2009
Pedro J. Molina replied to Xomega Team's discussion XML-based Model Driven Development
"Yes: I have been using extensively XML Schema to create metamodels, to derive data structures in Java, C# or whatever language you need with its corresponding de/serialization helpers to XML. And works quite well. However, I run away from XSLT to…"
Nov 12, 2009

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Interested in XML-based model driven development. Xomega provides a new technology for XML-based object modeling and tools to get started with it.
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