eMoflon is a tool for building tools. It allows you to model software systems using a visual or a textual syntax, afterwards generating EMF-compliant Java code from your model. If you are curious about how this works in practice, check out a Opens external link in new windowscreencast of a recent industrial case study with eMoflon. To get started with eMoflon, we have created an easy to understand Opens internal link in current windowhandbook and tutorial. Take eMoflon directly for a spin using our Opens external link in new windowonline demo.
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- Anjorin, Anthony; Leblebici, Erhan; Schürr, Andy; Taentzer, Gabriele: A static analysis of non-confluent triple graph grammars for efficient model transformation (2014)
- Kappel, Gerti; Langer, Philip; Retschitzegger, Werner; Schwinger, Wieland; Wimmer, Manuel: Model transformation by-example: a survey of the first wave (2012)
- Greenyer, Joel; Kindler, Ekkart: Comparing relational model transformation technologies: implementing query/view/transformation with triple graph grammars (2010)
- Muliawan, Olaf; Janssens, Dirk: Model refactoring using MoTMoT (2010)
- Giese, Holger; Wagner, Robert: From model transformation to incremental bidirectional model synchronization (2009)
- Königs, Alexander; Schürr, Andy: MDI: A rule-based multi-document and tool integration approach (2006)
- Rötschke, Tobias; Schürr, Andy: Temporal graph queries to support software evolution (2006)