Monday, May 31, 2010

Screencast: Xtext in the automotive industry

A couple of month ago I had already blogged about how BMW Car IT use Xtext to develop a full-blown IDE for the Autosar standard . Now Sebastian Benz has published a video demonstrating ARText. See what you can do with Xtext.


8 comments:

  1. Nice! I'd join BMW to work on this, if Münich wasn't so far from home.

    Nice name for a BMW employee, btw - Benz ;-)

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