Jonas Helming

Jonas Helming is co-lead for the EclipseSource Munich team and the project lead of the Eclipse EMF Client Platform and the EMFStore project. He works as an Eclipse Consultant and trainer for Eclipse related topics and agile methods. He frequently publishes tutorials, e.g. about EMF and e4, and recently published a book about e4.

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Dec 15th, 2014

Call for Submission: Modeling Symposium @ EclipseCon North America 2015

I am happy to announce that Philip, Ed and I are organizing the Modeling Symposium for EclipseCon North America 2015. It is scheduled for the second day of the conference, i.e., Tuesday, March 10th. The symposium aims to provide a forum for community members to present a brief  overview of their work. We offer 10 minute lightning slots [...]

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Dec 14th, 2014

Eclipse December Democamp Munich 2014 – Retrospective

Last week, we hosted the Eclipse Democamp at our EclipseSource office in Munich. I think it was a great event and we really enjoyed the evening. I would like to say thanks again to: All the speakers (see the agenda here) EclipseSource, BSI AG and the Eclipse Foundation for sponsoring Angelika and Eva for helping [...]

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Dec 12th, 2014

EMF Forms 1.4.0 Feature #1: Support for alternative UI Technologies

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In this blog series, I describe the five most notable new features of EMF Forms 1.4.0. EMF Forms is a framework to efficiently develop form-based UIs based on a given data model. Please refer to this tutorial for an introduction to EMF Forms and to this post for an overview of the series. As you [...]

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Nov 25th, 2014

EMF Forms 1.4.0 Feature #2: New View Model Elements

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In this blog series, I describe the five most notable new features of EMF Forms 1.4.0. EMF Forms is a framework to efficiently develop form-based UIs based on a given data model. Please refer to this tutorial for an introduction to EMF Forms and to this post for an overview of the series. As notable [...]

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Nov 25th, 2014

EMF Forms 1.4.0 Feature #3: Styling Capabilities

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In this blog series, I describe the five most notable new features of EMF Forms 1.4.0. EMF Forms is a framework to efficiently develop form-based UIs based on a given data model. Please refer to this tutorial for an introduction to EMF Forms and to this post for an overview of the series. As notable [...]

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Oct 13th, 2014

Eclipse Democamp Munich – December 3rd – Registration opens today 2 pm

We are pleased to invite you to participate in the Eclipse DemoCamp Munich 2014. The DemoCamp Munich is one the biggest DemoCamps worldwide and therefore an excellent opportunity to showcase all the cool, new and interesting technology being built by the Eclipse community. This event is open to Eclipse enthusiasts who want to show demos of [...]

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Nov 25th, 2014

EMF Forms 1.4.0 Feature #4: Enhanced Renderers

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In this blog series, I describe the five most notable new features of EMF Forms 1.4.0. EMF Forms is a framework to efficiently develop form-based UIs based on a given data model. Please refer to this tutorial for an introduction to EMF Forms and to this post for an overview of the series. As notable [...]

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Sep 30th, 2014

Save the date: Eclipse DemoCamp December 3rd 2014

Like in the past years, we continue in our tradition of hosting a “Christmas DemoCamp”. Please save the following date and mark your calendars on December 3rd 2014 for the next Eclipse DemoCamp in Munich! We offer 80 seats, but we usually receive around 200 registrations. To give everybody the same chance, registration for the [...]

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Sep 29th, 2014

Modeling Symposium @ EclipseCon Europe 2014

The modeling symposium at EclipseCon Europe 2014 takes place on Tuesday, October 28th from 5.30pm-6.30pm (see session details at EclipseCon Europe website). I’m happy to present the agenda of the selected talks: Ecrit – Marco Descher UML-RT in Papyrus – Charles Rivet EMF Parsley N&N – Vincenzo Caselli MPS-IncQuery – István Ráth Interactively Developing Generators [...]

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