Monthly Archives: December 2011

Eclipse Support for ADM Incoming!

After managing to raise encouraging interest in various parties, I’ve focused more on multi-tool support. Especially on Eclipse area, because Eclipse is the major multi-language targeting IDE on open-source area. Eclipse’s XML Editing Tools (from Web Toolkit) … and normal … Continue reading

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Absolute Proof and New Paradigm

I just briefly revisited the absolute proof, to underline that theoretically other Model-Driven-Architecture or Model + Code-Generation approaches are in-line with ADM. However being able to pull it off in practice many (not necessarily all though) of them lack the … Continue reading

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MonoDevelop Automation Experience Improvement

It was back while ago when I realized MonoDevelop is practically compatible with Visual Studio T4. There were few minor incompatibilities with MonoDevelop 2.6 beta at the time, but retesting now with MonoDevelop 2.8.5 there were no compatibility issues at … Continue reading

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Coding For Kids (To Change The World)

I was happy to find out the freshly founded Coding For Kids movement. As those watching us for longer might recall, we’ve also pursued the simplification to the logical extreme (down to the level where anyone could start making applications … Continue reading

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T4 Videos Completed

I finished up the series of T4 videos. They serve as a solid set for getting started from ground up to the level of what ADM is using. There is plenty of documentation out there for T4 overall; for example … Continue reading

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