Benoît Verhaeghe

After a Ph.D. thesis at Berger-Levrault with the Inria Lille, I work at Berger-Levrault to collaborate with the lab to create innovative solutions that help migrate and improve software systems. To do so, I use meta-model approaches.

Interoperability Java/MS Access

Proof of concept : Interoperability Java – MS Access by Benoît Verhaeghe and Julien Morgan de Rivery

We led this project to determine the possibility to control a Microsoft Access 2013 application (or more recent versions) from a Java program to enable its migration.We’ve set up a two-steps approach: A first step to allow the utilization of Access software Application Programming Interface (API). Then, we studied the API to let us manipulate …

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Benoit Verhaeghe Ph.D. thesis defense : “Incremental Approach for Application GUI Migration using Metamodel”

We are glad to announce the Ph.D. thesis defense of Benoit Verhaeghe. Benoit mainly worked on method and tools to semi-automatically migrate front-end frameworks. His work particularly focused on the migration Google Web Toolkit to Angular environement. The defense will take place in Lille on October 21st, 2021. Resume Developers use GUI frameworks to design …

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Migrating internationalization files

During my Ph.D. migration project, I consider the migration of several GUI aspects: Visual, Behavioral and Business. These elements are the main ones. When perfectly considered, you can migrate the front-end of any application. But, we are missing some other stuff 😄 For example, how do you migrate i18N files? In this post, I’ll present how to build a simple migration tool to migrate I18N files from .properties (used by Java) …

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Benoît Verhaeghe, Ph.D. Candidate in the DRIT participation to the ICSME conference

Today, Thursday 30th of September 2021, Benoît Verhaeghe, Ph.D. Candidate in the DRIT (Research and Technological Innovation Department) presents a part of his thesis called “Incremental Approach for Application GUI Migration using Metamodel.” Developers use GUI (Graphical User Interface) frameworks to design the graphical user interface of their applications. It allows them to reuse existing …

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Representing front-end of Applications in a nutshell

For the last 4 years, I worked with the migration team of the DRIT on the Graphical User Interface (GUI) migration problem. We published several papers and successfully migrated applications based on different GUI frameworks. Today, we’ll see together how we perform such a great project. In short, I’ll present you the Model-Driven Engineering and …

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How to use VSCode and Moose to analyze Java projects?

VSCode is an amazing editing tool. Thanks to its extensions, one can develop using many programming languages. However, what about analyzing a software system using VSCode? In this article, we will show you how to use VSCode with Moose to analyze Java code. We use Christopher Fuhrman’s post as an example. Although we can perform …

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Testing the migration of Graphical User Interfaces

Technologies and frameworks are not immortal, it’s a fact. For a software editor like us, it is regularly a necessity to migrate a framework to another. When you consider, large software like e-sedit for example, migrating the entire software in one shot is almost impossible. Many companies are migrating their software systems. And so, we …

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