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Flash movie (viewlets) tutorials of Useme available online [message #2859] Thu, 28 February 2008 10:13 Go to next message
Joel Rosi-Schwartz is currently offline Joel Rosi-Schwartz
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For those that are interested in seeing Useme (and therefore ORMF) in
action we have posted two on the Useme website for your viewing
pleasure. They can both be found in the tutorials section of the
documentations page at
https://useme.dev.java.net/documentation/index.html They are:

A spin around the block
This tutorials introduces Useme and its main components. The
presentation is about 25 minutes long. View it or download a version
for the Windows platform (Linux and Mac OS X versions will be available
soon).

A closer look at Useme
This tutorial explores some of the features in more detail, offering a
step by step guide on how to perform the most common tasks. The
tutorial centers on the creation and modification of a use case
document. The presentation is about 35 minutes long. View it or
download a version for the Windows platform (Linux and Mac OS X
versions will be available soon).

I hope that you find them informative. Any questions or problems please
let me know.

Joel
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Joel Rosi-Schwartz
Etish Limited [http://www.etish.org]

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Re: Flash movie (viewlets) tutorials of Useme available online [message #5360 is a reply to message #2859] Mon, 10 March 2008 22:47 Go to previous message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: neil.prestemon.sri.com

Given the wide variety of approaches to Requirements capture, definition,
management, (etc) - in common practice in the industry; and the latitude
in how these approaches are supported in various RM tools, being able to
SEE the tools in-use in these videos made a big difference for me, as far
as being able to understand the approach that is being taken with Useme.

Other RM tools offer a structured, forms-based way of capturing
requirements data, but Useme proposes to model the functionality of the
use cases in a way that, as far as I can tell, is unique. (My practical
experience is limited to Doors, and a few other tools which I have briefly
evaluated).

I see great potential in this approach, to correcting one of the biggest
problems of software development: requirements capture, definition, and
interpretation. (As a person who is frequently involved in QA - I'm
especially interested in how we can apply this to generation of test cases
for reliable validation of requirements).
Re: Flash movie (viewlets) tutorials of Useme available online [message #561903 is a reply to message #2859] Mon, 10 March 2008 22:47 Go to previous message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: neil.prestemon.sri.com

Given the wide variety of approaches to Requirements capture, definition,
management, (etc) - in common practice in the industry; and the latitude
in how these approaches are supported in various RM tools, being able to
SEE the tools in-use in these videos made a big difference for me, as far
as being able to understand the approach that is being taken with Useme.

Other RM tools offer a structured, forms-based way of capturing
requirements data, but Useme proposes to model the functionality of the
use cases in a way that, as far as I can tell, is unique. (My practical
experience is limited to Doors, and a few other tools which I have briefly
evaluated).

I see great potential in this approach, to correcting one of the biggest
problems of software development: requirements capture, definition, and
interpretation. (As a person who is frequently involved in QA - I'm
especially interested in how we can apply this to generation of test cases
for reliable validation of requirements).
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