YAKINDU Statechart Tools provide a versatile way for modeling and testing finite-state machines. But what if you want to combine your state machine with some “outside” functionality? Or, what if you want to integrate your statechart as a component into another application?
Imagine you have developed a spacecraft that is super-safe, because following the trends, you have applied model-based design and testing. All components modeled by statecharts, tested, implemented by automatically generated code, what can go wrong?
HYPED is one of the top teams taking place in the finals of the SpaceX Hyperloop Pod Competition. Read in this blog how they use YAKINDU Statechart Tools for their Hyperloop tube.
In this article we present a model-checking approach for statecharts with YAKINDU Statechart Tools and the Gamma verification framework to achieve failure safety for safety critical applications.
In this article I would like to develop the example of tailoring Enterprise Architect further to generate source code from the EA model. This means to transform the EA model into an Ecore model, the meta model of EMF.
Using YAKINDU Statechart Tools is an effective way to describe reactive, event-driven systems. In this blog post I want to show you how a custom code generator for the new programming language Eclipse Mita works and how you can use it in your development.
Eclipse Mita is a new programming language for the IoT to simplify embedded software development. It comes with a concise syntax based on event-driven paradigms and abstracts from the underlying hardware. In this article we show you how to integrate Arduino with Eclipse Mita.
Eclipse Mita is a new programming language for the IoT to simplify embedded software development. It comes with a concise syntax based on event-driven paradigms and abstracts from the underlying hardware. This allows to write easy-to-read application code without diving into hardware specifics.
This is the second of three articles in which I would like to discuss common issues (and our solutions) that occur when Enterprise Architect is used to create models that are processed further by other tools. Now I would like to customize EA with an add-in.