Hardware/software co-design made easy using DSLs
Hardware/software co-design can be challenging. In this blog article, I am going to explain how model-driven development using domain-specific languages (DSLs) can reduce time to market and improve product quality in heterogeneous hardware/software environments.
How to reference UML elements from Xtext DSLs
With the Xtext framework, you can build DSL workbenches in just a few steps. However, sometimes you want to reuse model elements already defined in other formats or even in other languages. In this blog post I’m going to demonstrate typical scenarios when you’re ...
From the intern to Xtend Commit in 14 days
Get out there, they said. Taste the real life, they said. It will be fun, they said. And they were so very right! In catching an internship at itemis, not only a wish came true, I also learned a lot about software development in an open-source project.
Xtext 2.17 – The Java 11 release
The Xtext team is proud to announce release version 2.17 of the famous Language Engineering framework. 16 individual contributors have fixed almost 100 issues and 250 pull requests with ~600 commits – and that’s just in 3 months! Xtext 2.17 participates in the ...
Integrating Automotive Tools with EMF (Example ADTF)
During the development of automotive functionalities, a large number of dedicated tools is being used – from requirements, through design, to implementation and testing. Data exchange between these tools is often not supported in an efficient manner. ...