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Project Summary

Open Software Factory turns UML models into executable application code. It supports the rapid development of web service enabled J2EE applications that run on any J2EE server.

When using OSF, all design changes are made in your UML model and OSF updates your application by iterative code generation. Hand coded software is not touched by OSF. Instead, generated code is seamlessly integrated with hand code with OSF generated pattern implmentations.

OSF is currently built on the AndroMDA platform and uses Velocity for code generation. The upcoming major release of OSF is being
developed with the Atlas Transformation Language and EMF.

Modules for JRuby/Ruby support and plug-ins for NetBeans and Eclipse will be released by December 31, 2007.

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andromda ant argouml codegeneration generator hibernate java junit mda model-driven spring subversion tools transformation uml

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30 Day Summary

Jun 21 2016 — Jul 21 2016

12 Month Summary

Jul 21 2015 — Jul 21 2016

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