Maximilian Kögel and Jonas Helming lead the EclipseSource office in Munich and work as a consultants and software engineers for Eclipse technologies. They are Eclipse experts with a focus in Eclipse Modeling, project leads and committers to various Eclipse projects including EMF Forms, EMFStore, Edapt, e4 and the EMF Client Platform and regular EclipseCon speakers on these topics. Furthermore they are dedicated to teach Eclipse and open source technology not only to professionals but also to talented university students in an Eclipse lab course.

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Apr 21st, 2017

JSON Forms – Day 6 – Custom Renderers

JSON Forms is a framework to efficiently build form-based web UIs. These UIs allow end users to enter, modify, and view data and are usually embedded within a business application. JSON Forms eliminates the need to write HTML templates and Javascript for databinding by hand. It supports the creation of customizable forms by leveraging the [...]

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Apr 21st, 2017

JSON Forms – Day 5 – Layouts

JSON Forms is a framework for efficiently building form-based web UIs. These UIs, which are usually embedded in a business application, allow end users to enter, modify, and view data. JSON Forms eliminates the need to write HTML templates and Javascript for data binding by hand. It allows you to create customizable forms by leveraging [...]

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Mar 24th, 2017

EMF Forms and EMF Client Platform 1.12.0 released!

We are happy to announce that together with Neon.3, we have released  EMF Forms and EMF Client Platform 1.12.0! We want to thank our continuously active team of 12 contributors (36 contributors over all) for woking on 25 bug reports and feature requests. As the list reveals, and due to the short development cycle between [...]

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Apr 12th, 2017

EMF Support for Che – Day 4: Building Che

In this blog series, we share our experiences extending Eclipse Che to add EMF support.. The first post covers our goals. In previous posts, we describe how to add support for code generation and create a custom stack, which provides the framework for code generation out of the box. So far, we have not yet [...]

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Mar 2nd, 2017

EMF Support for Che – Day 3: Adding a custom Workspace Stack

In this blog series we share our experiences extending Eclipse Che as well as describe how we have added initial EMF support for the Eclipse Che IDE. Please see the first post in this series for an overview of our goals. In the previous blog post, we described how to add support for code generation [...]

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Feb 24th, 2017

EMF Support for Che – Day 2: Generating code

In this blog series, we share our experience with extending Eclipse Che and describe how we have built initial EMF support for the Eclipse Che IDE. Please see the first post in this series for an overview of our goals. In the last blog post, we described how to create a custom workspace containing a [...]

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Feb 21st, 2017

EMF Support for Che – Day 1: Run Che and Import existing EMF project

In this blog series, we share our experience with extending Eclipse Che and describe how we have built initial EMF support for the Eclipse Che IDE. In the last blog post, we have described our overall goals and the use case. In this blog post, we describe the first steps in getting started with Che. [...]

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Apr 21st, 2017

JSON Forms – Day 4 – Visibility Rules

JSON Forms is a framework to efficiently build form-based web UIs. These UIs allow end users to enter, modify and view data and are usually embedded in a business application. JSON Forms eliminates the need to write HTML templates and Javascript for databinding by hand. It supports to create customizable forms by leveraging the capabilities [...]

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Feb 8th, 2017

EMF Support for Che – Day 0: Motivation and getting started

At EclipseCon North America 2016, the first public release of Eclipse Che was announced. Almost immediately, there was a new cloud-based IDE in the Eclipse ecosystem. At first glance, it is an IDE running in the browser: However, there is one particular feature, which makes Che interesting: Sharable Workspaces. A “workspace” in Che means the [...]

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