Wednesday, August 02, 2006

MDD with Design Pattern Toolkit

The Design Pattern Toolkit is an Eclipse-enabled template engine for generating applications based on customizable, model-driven architecture transformations. The following is a list of the features available in the DPTK
  • Pattern Templates: Pattern authors in DPTK build pattern templates out of tags. These tags have special behaviors that access the model, execute logic, and perform various other tasks. The rich set of tags offers much functionality and, in fact, represents the basic building blocks needed to build arbitrarily complex MDD transformations. The main goal of a pattern template is to generate artifacts
  • Model View Controller for code generation: Model View Controller (MVC) is a popular design pattern for building many different types of applications. For example, in Java EE, frameworks like Java Server Faces and Struts specialize just in providing MVC design.
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