A few guides have been written to make it easier to get started using AndroMDA
on your projects, on this page you will find the links to those guides.
A bird's eye view of AndroMDA
A step-by-step user guide for people new to AndroMDA
This user guide is a user contribution and aims at an audience which is familiar with Java
(and preferably J2EE), but new to AndroMDA or MDA in general.
This getting started guide is *highly* recommended newbie material.
Explains how to set up a new project template in which you use AndroMDA to generate
code from your UML model. The project templates have been specifically designed
for J2EE applications.
This howto will teach you how to model your presentation layer.
Bpm4Struts is a cartridge that is able to generate Struts code from activity
graphs and use-cases. This guide briefly explains the way you should approach
and eventually model your application's architecture.
This howto will teach you how to model your persistence and application layer,
also recommended for people using the EJB and/or Hibernate cartridges.
The Spring cartridge is used to generate your application's back end, it generates Spring
services (optionally wrapped by Session EJBs) using Hibernate POJOs for persistence.
Generate all your CRUD features in a matter of minutes
Explains what is needed to generate CRUD pages, services and DAOs. This feature generates
an administration console for your entities that works out-of-the-box, and that will perfectly
integrate with the existing application.
Significantly speedup the code generation process
In this short howto you'll learn what the AndroMDA server can do for you and how to configure
and start it.