Software development the express way - new software release (Distributed Multiplatform Framework - 1.2.0) is out

Modeldriven development technologies utilized: New release 1.2.0 of Distributed Multiplatform Framework is out. Realize your software ideas faster than ever.
 
Sample UML model
Sample UML model
FRANKFURT, Germany - Nov. 28, 2015 - PRLog -- This month a new software release has been published which uses UML modeling techniques to create software faster.

Software has bugs, but this is not such a big problem when you utilize technologies such as model driven development methods.

The key is not to repeat jobs manually when a computer can do the job. Usually manual coding introduces bugs. This is done by using copy and paste but forgetting to change important parts. Also a typo sneaks into the code very easily. Programmers are not perfect. That is reality.

The product uses these technologies to increase quality and minimize time to market. UML is a way to enter your ideas, the product reads the model and translates it to code of your preferred language. Much of the repetition can be automated as is usual in a business application.

Go and try out the new release: Product page

Go to opensource project page: Project page

Go to modeling article: Modeling explained

Go to YouTube video: Create HTML5 mobile apps fast - demonstrated



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What is added/fixed with this release?

Fixed issue with repeated import of the same UML model.

New feature has been added to allow multiple relationships between classes to model such things like users that own something and someone else is in charge of the same thing.

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