This paper introduces an implementation of the Context-Driven Meta-Modeling Paradigm (CDMM-P). This implementation is the proof of concept for the CDMM-P as it shows that the idea of the CDMM-P is feasible. The software system presented here takes the form of the Context-Driven Meta-Modeling Framework (CDMM-F). This framework plays the key role in the Context-Driven Meta-Modeling Technology (CDMM-T) dedicated to generating software system artifacts in a model-driven manner. In contrast to all contemporary approaches to meta-modeling, the meta-model is dynamically loaded from the application context file. In result, the framework has a self-organizing structure and the modeling language does not have a fixed hardcoded predefined structure. This structure, as well as the set of meta-model elements, plays the role of the parameter for the general modeling tool, a part of which is presented in this paper.