1 Introduction.- 2 Agile and UML-Based Methodology.- 3 Compact Overview of UML/P.- 4 Principles of Code Generation.- 5 Transformations for Code Generation.- 6 Principles of Testing with Models.- 7 Model-Based Tests.- 8 Design Patterns for Testing.- 9 Refactoring as a Model Transformation.- 10 Refactoring of Models.- 11 Summary, Further Reading and Outlook.
Bernhard Rumpe teaches at the RWTH Aachen University the use of agile, model-based development on the basis of UML. His research interests include models, modeling languages, DSLs, as well as their construction, analytical and generative use in development of products. With a number of publications, he has contributed to the standardization of UML and to a better use within development processes. He is author and editor of 21 books and Editor-in-Chief of the international Springer Journal on Software and Systems Modeling (SoSyM).
"This book, the second volume of the series, presents agile modeling with UML with a focus on code generation, testing, and refactoring. ... Overall, the book is well structured and easy to follow. ... This book provides excellent teaching material, and can be recommended for students and lecturers; in addition, experienced developers working on agile projects can use it as a guideline and to read about best practices." (Computing Reviews, August, 2017)