Webcasts on Domain-Specific Modeling and MetaEdit+
Introduction to Domain-Specific Modeling (11 min)
This webcast introduces you to Domain-Specific Modeling, and demonstrates with a small example how it is different from general purpose modeling languages like UML.
Industrial experiences on Domain-Specific Modeling (16 min)
This webcast describes industrial experiences on DSM in four different domains: home automation, military radio, touch screen device and sports computer applications.
DSM examples (14 min)
This webcast demonstrates Domain-Specific Modeling in 20 different application domains.
Language and generator definition
Defining modeling languages and code generators in MetaEdit+ (16 min)
This webcast outlines the steps of creating a DSM solution: Defining the modeling language concepts and rules, drawing the notation and making the code generators. Each step of DSM definition is demonstrated with MetaEdit+.
Rich graphical notations with dynamic behavior (16 min)
MetaEdit+ lets you define rich graphical notations with dynamic behavior. A demonstration shows how to create advanced dynamic visualizations and ports for domain-specific languages.
Language and generator use
MetaEdit+ multi-user support (9 min)
This webcast demonstrates how multiple developers can work seamlessly together with MetaEdit+ multi-user version.
examples (11 min)
This webcast demonstrates different model to model transformations in MetaEdit+: running transformations with external code files, office tools like Excel, XML files, other models in MetaEdit+ and with models outside MetaEdit+.
Integrating Eclipse and MetaEdit+ (5 min)
This webcast demonstrates how Eclipse can be integrated with MetaEdit+.
Integrating Visual Studio and MetaEdit+ (5 min)
This webcast demonstrates how Visual Studio can be integrated with MetaEdit+.
Integrating Simulink and MetaEdit+ (1 min)
This webcasts shows how models in MetaEdit+ can be transformed for Simulink.
Integrating with PLC system (TwinCAT) (8 min)
This webcasts shows how PLC code (IEC Structured Text) is generated from Domain-Specific Models and executed in TwinCAT.