Results for UML

How UML Offers Devs More Control, Not Less

Abstraction tools can be "good, bad or ugly" for devs. See how one IT department began as UML skeptics and in the end found the right modeling tools give Java/J2EE devs more control -- not less. See how the right abstraction tools can save time, money and aggravation -- without detracting from expert programming.

Full Story >

Sun Embraces UML Modeling for Java

Sun execs this week said their next version of Java Studio Enterprise (version 7) tools will include native UML support, as well as a group of "blueprints" for how best to use models as part of Java development. Sun's support for UML will also extend to the next version of the NetBeans Open Source IDE for Java, execs said.

Full Story >

Borland, Microsoft Bring UML to Visual Studio.NET

This week, Borland debuts its Together Edition for Visual Studio.NET, bringing integrated modeling and code management technologies to .NET devs. After more than a year of cooperation between Borland and Microsoft, see the benefits from new technologies that blend a C#-based UML modeling engine with code management tools from Borland and Visual Studio.NET from Microsoft. Also, get a 60-day free use license.

Full Story >

UML Certification Offered to Worldwide Devs

Devs looking to get a leg-up in modeling for XML and web services might consider participating in a first-of-its-kind worldwide certification program for UML launched by the Object Management Group (OMG) and the UML Technology Institute (UTI). IDN spoke to the OMG exec running the program to find out why devs are knocking down the door to take the test, and what it means for the future.

Full Story >

UML 2.0 Full Suite; MetaObjects Standards Complete

Modeling may get easier for developers to implement and support since the OMG completed its work on defining UML 2.0 and MetaObjects 2.0 standards. See how the work aims to expedite use and deployment of model-based application development, especially for object- and XML-based applications in Java, .NET and CORBA-based legacy environments.

Full Story >

OMG Eyes Better Legacy-to-Web Services Links

To help make it easier for mainframe and other object-oriented legacy applications to work better with web services, the Object Management Group (OMG) is moving on several fronts. During last month's OMG's Integrate 2002, members took the offense to update CORBA and other object-based programming models more able to work with code written with XML, Java, C#, SOAP and WSDL. See OMG's 2003 quick 4-point laundry list.

Full Story >

<< Start < Previous 1 Next > End >>
Showing 1 - 6 of 6