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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Feb 10th, 2017

JSON Forms – Day 3 – Extending the UI Schema

JSON Forms is a framework to efficiently build form-based web UIs. These UIs are targeted at entering, modifying and viewing data and are usually embedded within an application. JSONForms eliminates the need to write HTML templates and Javascript for manual databinding to create customizable forms by leveraging the capabilities of JSON and JSON schema as [...]

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Jan 2nd, 2017

EMF Forms 1.11.0 Feature: Grid Table and more

With Neon.1, we released EMF Forms 1.11.0. EMF Forms makes it really simple to create forms which edit your data based on an EMF model. To get started with EMF Forms please refer to our tutorial. In this post, we wish to outline the improvements in the release 1.10.0: An alternative table renderer based on [...]

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Feb 10th, 2017

JSON Forms – Day 2 – Introducing the UI Schema

JSON Forms is a framework to efficiently build form-based web UIs. These UIs are targeted at entering, modifying and viewing data and are usually embedded within an application. JSONForms eliminates the need to write HTML templates and Javascript for manual databinding to create customizable forms by leveraging the capabilities of JSON and JSON schema as [...]

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Dec 22nd, 2016

EMF Forms and EMF Client Platform 1.11.0 released!

We are happy to announce that together with Neon.2, we have released EMF Forms and EMF Client Platform 1.11.0! We want to thank our continuously active team of 12 contributors (36 contributors over all). EMF Forms is a framework focused on the creation of form-based UIs. EMF Client Platform is designed to support the development of [...]

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Feb 10th, 2017

JSON Forms – Make-It-Happen Blog Series – Pilot

JSON Forms is a framework to efficiently build form-based web UIs. These UIs are targeted at entering, modifying and viewing data and are usually embedded within an application. JSONForms eliminates the need to write HTML templates and Javascript for manual databinding to create customizable forms by leveraging the capabilities of JSON and JSON schema as [...]

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Dec 7th, 2016

Eclipse Converge and Devoxx US

EclipseCon North America has become Eclipse Converge in 2017 and is now combined with Devoxx US. Let us briefly discuss why this is great for YOU as attendee and last but not least as speaker. So why go there from an attendee perspective? Devoxx is a very renowned and successful series of conferences – mainly in Europe [...]

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Nov 15th, 2016

Running EMF Client Platform + EMFStore as RAP application on Tomcat

Building an application to view and edit data is really simple using the EMF Client Platform. This includes form-based editors based on EMF Forms. Add EMFStore to the mix and you get collaborative editing and versioning. All of this is merely a matter of defining an EMF model for your data. If you want to [...]

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Nov 14th, 2016

Modeling Symposium at EclipseCon Europe 2016 – Slides

Thanks for attending the modeling symposium at EclipseCon Europe 2016, thank you for the positive feedback and thanks to all the speakers. Three of the presenters have shared their slide with me, which can be found here: GenModelAddon – Oliver Prouvost Exploring the Future of Eclipse Modeling: Web and Semantic Collaboration – Istvan Rath Generating Visual Studio [...]

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Nov 8th, 2016

Eclipse Democamp Munich, December 5th 2016 – Already sold out?

Every year it is amazing to see how fast the Eclipse DemoCamp in Munich sells out. To give everyone a fair chance to register, we have announced the time the registration opens in advance. This year, it took less than 24 hours, until the available 80 seats were fully booked. However, even if you did [...]

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