Development spaces on ADOxx.org provide you with the possibility to discuss and share your development resources with the community. Such spaces are available for different domains, projects, application scenarios and implementation aspects of modelling tools using the ADOxx metamodelling platform. Implementation resources for documentation, discussion forums, code-repositories, team environments are provided to the host of a space.
Have a look at existing development spaces and join the international teams!
PACKAGING AND DEPLOYING
The AutoPDP Tool Packaging Service is a web service that allows method engineers of the ADOxx community to easily build their own modelling tools based on their methods developed on the ADOxx platform.
The library, as developed using the ADOxx Development Toolkit, is further enriched by product relevant information such as naming, icons, splash screens, manuals and example models and packaged as an installer archive. The service combines and validates all available inputs (using default information for missing blocks), integrates all elements and provides the user with a "Installation CD" as a download archive.
The code repository collects implementions of application libraries, code snipplets, AdoScripts and other resources from implementation workshop and projects as examples to get the development work of your own modelling tool started.
The code repository is accessible as an SVN - share your results by commiting updates/modifications for others!
In addition to the library resources available in this repository, further implementations for review can be found in the research work done at the OMILAB.
The ADOxx.org team supports the implementation process in different stages by providing development tools. The tools are offered on a free-use basis. Interaction components (web-service clients/stubs) are provided as open-source to enable integration in external systems.
Additional, research-related services are accessible in laboratories working with ADOxx (e.g. OMILAB Services)
Have a look at our realization cases of modelling approaches from the research and industrial backgrounds to get your own development started.
Further usages of ADOxx are available at OMILab/University of Vienna: http://www.omilab.org