|Re: Are Sirius and EMF Forms mutually exclusive? [message #1819319 is a reply to message #1819164]
||Mon, 13 January 2020 06:40
| Clever Alves
Registered: August 2019
Thank you for your reply, Jonas!|
These two ways of representting data are pretty different at the end, aren't they?
In this sense, how do EMF Forms represent the sort of information we find, say, in UML's sequence and activity diagrams, i.e., behaviour? I've been using Ecore model's annotations to mime behaviour, would you have been involved in any similar situation: Using EMF Forms to represent method implementation, rather than just attributes and structural relations?
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