As a case study, we used DSL Forge to build an e-learning platform for teaching kids the basics of computer programming. There is a blog post on Modeling-Languages.com which describes the use case in details. The Adventures of the Pirate Robot is an online and publicly available coding game which aims to teach kids computational thinking by coding the progression of a pirate robot in a game canvas. The technologies used to build the game (RAP, EMF, Xtext, Xtend) are traditionally used in the industry to build advanced RCP platforms for software and systems engineering. What we have done is to apply these technologies in the unusual context of online education and gamification.
This use case will be demonstrated during the next EclipseCon France 2016 as an application of DSLs for gamification, do *not* miss the talk!
Special thanks to Jabier Martinez for his contribution to the design of the game canvas, something I wouldn’t be able to do better than him given my lack of experience with sprite sheets and the short time we had.
Nice idea! I’ll join your talk at ECE.