Introducing YAKINDU Model Viewer 1.3.4

The YAKINDU Model Viewer team is proud to release the new version 1.3.4! YAKINDU Model Viewer now includes an extended version of the signal tracing feature. Aside from that, we fixed some bugs and made it to add some new features also.  Read more >

Testing Languages, Generators and Runtimes in a Safety-Critical System

Last year we ran a project with Voluntis in which we built DSLs for use in the healthcare domain. The benefits of the approach are readily obvious: the domain experts can much more easily review, test, explore, or even write the application logic. The overall development process will be streamlined, and ultimately, Voluntis will be able to create more products in a shorter time, which is good for business. Read more >

Machine Learning Formatting with Xtext: Part II

Hi folks! Some of you might have seen my earlier blogpost on Machine Learning Formatting. It was more or less meant as an advertiser for the Eclipse Democamp Munich. As promised, here comes the follow up blogpost with more details. Read more >

YAKINDU Statechart Tools January release – new and noteworthy

We released YAKINDU Statechart Tools Standard and Professional Edition version 3.2.0 today! In the last three months, the YAKINDU team fixed 66 Standard Edition and 28 Professional Edition issues. Apart from several bug fixes, we added some great new features: Read more >

Managing Machine Learning Software Integration with Conan

In recent weeks, we have been working on a project to support machine learning development in the automotive domain with an integrated development environment. In addition to setting up an IDE based on Eclipse (including many interesting features), we also investigated how to support the work of the development team in managing the dependencies of the embedded projects (in terms of C/C++ libraries). Read more >

Traceability for Polarion and source code

The Polarion adapter of YAKINDU Traceability provides traceability for Polarion work items. Work items are not restricted to source code only, they can rather also be any other development artifact type, for example test cases in an external tool. YAKINDU Traceability can also recognize links existing within Polarion between Polarion work items. As part of the latest release, we based the Polarion adapter on a new technical foundation.  Read more >

Why low code can only be the beginning

Digital transformation and business agility are the buzzwords of the day, stirring up the business world. It’s true, in order to survive in a rapidly changing market that can bring up different market needs and customer expectations and even new competitors on a daily basis, agility is to the rescue. Read more >

An Introduction to Modeling and Language Engineering – Christmas Edition Part 2

Now, with the basics of modeling covered in part 1, we can look into something else itemis does on a regular basis to solve tricky problems: Language Engineering. Read more >

An Introduction to Modeling and Language Engineering – Christmas Edition Part 1

It’s Christmas time again. Time to work less and play more. As a kid, a parent or just for the fun of it. Read more >

Tune your Pinewood Car with YAKINDU Statechart Tools

YAKINDU Statechart Tools have a wide range of use: They are used in academic and commercial contexts – and even in spare time. Let’s take a look at a project of one YAKINDU Statechart Tools user. Scott Dixon realized a light control for his son’s Pinewood Car. Read more >

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