The ReDSeeDS system version 0.7.0 has been released. It offers new enhanced features over versions 0.6.5.
A new version 0.6.5 of the ReDSeeDS tool has been released. For more information, visit the ReDSeeDS website.
A new version 0.5.2 of the ReDSeeDS tool has been released. For more information, visit the ReDSeeDS website.
A new version 0.4.0 of the ReDSeeDS tool has been released. For more information, visit the ReDSeeDS website.
The ReDSeeDS system stable version 0.3.0 has been released. For more information, visit the ReDSeeDS website.
The paper "Recovery and Migration of Application Logic from Legacy Systems" written by Wiktor Nowakowski, Michał Śmiałek, Albert Ambroziewicz, Norbert Jarzębowski and Tomasz Straszak was given Best Paper Award at KKIO conference, which took place on 10-13 September 2012 in Kraków, Poland.
We joined the REMICS consortium and started our work on the project. The extended project kick-off meeting took place on September 14-17 in Norway. We hope that the close collaboration of the whole consortium will bring very interesting results.
For more details on REMICS, visit the project page: www.remics.eu.
An application of patterns in the development of software is a common practice used towards reduction of costs and improvement of product quality. Reoccurring schemes can be also utilized in the area of systems functionality and flow of control, but reuse of such patterns is currently infrequent. By developing Application Logic Patterns we try to fill this gap.
The final review of the ReDSeeDS project took place on 4 December 2009 in Brussels. The reviewers agreed that ReDSeeDS was a very successful project — its objectives and technical goals has been fully achieved. This means that the ReDSeeDS project has officially ended. However, we are not going to shelve it. The SMoG team have plans for further improvement and development of ReDSeeDS. All news will be announced on the ReDSeeDS website.
NoMagic, a MagicDraw CASE tool producer, is interested in the ReDSeeDS project achievements. During two days seminar on the future of CASE tools, which took place at the Warsaw University of Technology, representatives of NoMagic and Software Modeling Group discussed the main features and development possibilities for both MagicDraw and ReDSeeDS tools.