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Progress update…

Sunday, February 13th, 2011
Apologies for the lack of blog updates; so much work, so little time! Here are some of our recent activities for those interested:

  • Our tools paper was accepted for ICSE 2011 (International Conference on Software Engineering)

    The title is: Evolve: Tool Support for Architecture Evolution

    Hawaii here we come! In the paper we discuss how Evolve unifies component design with the concepts of evolution from distributed version control. You can see the sRead More....

Prague seminar on Evolve

Sunday, February 13th, 2011

I've just come back to London after giving a 4 hour seminar on Evolve, at Charles University in Prague. It went really well, and we were able to cover both the basics and some advanced subjects such as state machines and code generation.

The slides I used are here, although you will need MS Powerpoint to view them correctly (doesn't work fully in OpenOffice for some reason):

Evolve is released: version 1.0 now available!

Sunday, October 31st, 2010
We have released Evolve version 1.0 today, and it is now available for purchase. Evolve is one of the most sophisticated software architecture products on the market. It brings the full power of component orientation to Java. Despite Evolve’s polished interface which insulates the user from much of the sophistication, it is in fact a fully fledged architectural description language under the covers. It also incorporates cutting edge research into component reuse and evolution. So, pleaseRead More....

Evolve – a powerful, UML-based alternative to dependency injection

Sunday, October 3rd, 2010

Evolve is a UML-based tool for creating, wiring up and executing components. It currently supports Java. It is now in public beta, and we invite you to try it out.

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