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Model driven framework / Code generator

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Model driven code generation can improve coding standards, speed, quality of development and reduce your costs. From my experience generating code from XML using XSLT is one of the best and fastest solutions.

This is just the base of the framework presenting the idea, any code template can be implemented upon request.

Some sample generators are present for SQL / PLSQL / C# / AnsiC / Java

The main target is to generate DTO/BDO/POJO objects based on the database definitions in multiple languages aligning all technologies used by a development team.

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Features

  • XML based
  • multiplatform
  • Model Driven Software Development

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Languages

English

Intended Audience

Advanced End Users, Developers, Information Technology, Management

User Interface

Command-line, Console/Terminal

Programming Language

C, C#, C++, Java, PL/SQL

Registered

2010-06-15

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