In IBM developerWorks, Jim Conallen and Eoin Lane from IBM started a tutorial for model-driven aspect-oriented software development with IBM Rational Software Architect (a MDD tool). Their tutorial discusses the details involved in creating an AspectJ-based library that can be introduced into an IBM Rational Software Architect Model-Driven Development project. It describes in detail how an existing AspectJ library can be packaged, deployed and used in Rational Software Architect. It also discusses configuration options that can be used to provide additional customization at the model element level. Finally this tutorial discusses localization and categorization options as well as introduce user documentation options such as the online help and cheat sheets.
I would like to leave my memos related to my "kung-fu" for some technology insights. Kung-fu doesn't only mean a battle style, but means hacking one's own life.
Tuesday, June 13, 2006
Model-Driven AOSD with RSA (Rational Software Architect)
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