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Obeo SmartEA is a collaborative platform to design and federate architecture repositories. The impact and gap analysis allows you to perform transformations in a consistent and...
Last Updated on 18 June 2014 by Obeo
JetSet is a set of Eclipse plugins for the development of model translation tools and code generators. The editor adapts itself to provided source and (optionally) target meta...
Last Updated on 29 November 2013 by Helge Timenes
This plugin provides support for developing applications using Makumba web development framework. Some of the features include: Makumba Data Definition editor, JSP content...
Last Updated on 23 March 2011 by filip.kis
JBizMo supports building of Eclipse RCP, Eclipse RAP, Swing and JSF (Primefaces) applications. The generated applications can run in a stand-alone mode or they can be deployed...
Last Updated on 3 June 2014 by Martin Ganserer
ModelBus is a model-driven tool integration framework which allows you to build a seamlessly integrated tool environment for your system engineering process.
Last Updated on 14 November 2012 by Tom Ritter
The JIAC Toolipse provides tools for development of multi-agent-systems (MAS) with the framework JIAC V.
Last Updated on 30 July 2013 by DAI-Labor TU Berlin
Apollo for Eclipse[TM] is a robust and flexible modeling extension to Eclipse for developers and programmers to dynamically create and edit models alongside code. Fully...
Last Updated on 4 December 2009 by Elizabeth.Grass
QiQuGen is a JEE Generator based on QiQu and one of its main goals is to show the capabilities of QiQu. But that's not all. QiQuGen also provides the possibility to generate...
Last Updated on 18 December 2009 by hj.wingeier
Ecore Designer is a graphical designer to define or edit Ecore models....
Last Updated on 7 June 2013 by Obeo
MDWorkbench (Model-Driven Workbench) is a powerful Eclipse-based IDE for code generation and model transformation, devoted to implement Model-Driven strategies. Any kind of...
Last Updated on 4 December 2009 by Sebastien Boucard