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Using XML Application Creation to simplify development in RTI Connext DDS Micro
XML-Based Application Creation is a mechanism to simplify and accelerate the development and programming of Connext DDS applications. User systems can be easily prototyped on a PC using Connext DDS Pro and quickly migrated to the final hardware. This can be useful in many situations. For example, autonomous vehicle developers using Connext DDS Micro 3.0.0 have a direct path to ASIL D safety-certified systems.

Connext DDS supports the use of XML for the complete system definition. This includes not only the definition of the data types and Quality of Service (QoS) settings, but also the definition of the Topics, DomainParticipants, and all the Entities they contain (Publishers, Subscribers, DataWriters and DataReaders). XML-Based Application Creation is already supported by Connext DDS Professional.

Starting with RTI Connext DDS 6.0.0, XML-Based Application Creation can also be used to configure Connext DDS Micro applications through a utility called RTI Micro Application Generator (MAG). MAG generates source code from an XML configuration file that will be used to create DDS entities and registers all the components needed for a Connext DDS Micro-based application.

Watch this webinar for a live demonstration and to learn:

- The benefits of using XML to define your Connext DDS application
- Requirements to work with XML Application Creation
- XML Application Creation differences in Connext DDS Micro and Professional and how to migrate from Connext DDS Pro XML Application Creation to Connext DDS Micro XML Application Generator.
- What is Micro Application Generator (MAG) and how to use it.

Sep 25, 2019 02:00 PM in Madrid

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Francisco M. Merino Torres
Senior Software Engineer @RTI
Francisco has over 20 years of experience in software development, middleware and hardware programming. Most of this time Francisco has been working with embedded solutions including smartcards, TV set-top-boxes, vehicle ECUs and mobile phones. Francisco joined RTI in 2015 as a Senior Software Engineer in the Research and Development team. Initially he worked in customer support addressing customer challenges and easing deployment. He soon joined the RTI Micro team – the group responsible for the connectivity framework for resource-constrained applications – where he developed new product features. He has authored several Knowledge Base articles and a technical post on the RTI website. Francis earned a BS degree in Telecommunication Engineering and an MS degree in Telecommunications Engineering, both from the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain.
Valentín Pérez Carrasco
Software Engineer @RTI
Valentin joined the Research and Development department at RTI in 2016 as a Software Engineer. He initially worked on the RTI support team to ease deployment challenges and ensure customer success. He then joined the RTI Tools team where he developed the RTI Connext Tools Launcher and Micro Application Generator to accelerate the development of distributed systems. He has published several technical blog posts on the RTI website. Valentín holds a BS degree in Computer Engineering and an MS degree in Software Development, both from the Universidad de Granada, Spain.