Maximilian Koegel

Maximilian Kögel leads the EclipseSource office in Munich and works as a consultant and software engineer for Eclipse technologies. He is an Eclipse expert with a focus in Eclipse Modeling, project lead of the EMFStore and the EMF Client Platform projects at Eclipse and a regular EclipseCon speaker on these topics. Furthermore he is dedicated to teach Eclipse not only to professionals but also to talented university students in an Eclipse lab course.

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Sep 15th, 2014

EMFStore 1.4.0 Released

We just released EMFStore 1.4.0. You can find the new release on our download page. A list of implemented features and bug fixes is available here. The most notable new feature is an improved Admin UI to configure Users, Groups and their access privileges on projects on the EMFStore server. We believe the Admin UI is now more usable [...]

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Aug 27th, 2014

EclipseSource goes Austrian!

We are happy to announce that EclipseSource is going to Austria! Effective today, there is an EclipseSource division in Austria with an office in Vienna. Philip (Langer) is leading our office in Vienna and is bringing solid Eclipse Modeling Framework experience to our team with a focus on software modeling as well as model collaboration, versioning [...]

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Aug 28th, 2014

EMF Forms Rendering

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EMF Forms is a component of the EMF Client Platform project that provides a form-based User Interface to display and edit your data, a.k.a. the entities of your application. The UI is rendered based on a view model at runtime and provides an out-of-the-box experience while being highly customizable. If you are not familiar with EMF Forms yet, [...]

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Aug 26th, 2014

EMF Validation for Datatype constraints

After defining a model, it is a common next step to define validation rules. Often there is a requirement to have attributes with a restricted length or attributes with values in a specific range. Furthermore, it can be the case, that there are multiple attributes with the same restriction in different places of the model. To solve [...]

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Apr 30th, 2014

EMFStore 1.2.0 Released

We just promoted the 1.2.0 RC to become the EMFStore 1.2.0 release.  EMFStore now includes extension points and API which allow you to more simply replace the storage technology on client and on server side based on the EMF resource set abstraction. As a proof-of-concept we have implemented a mongoDB back-end based on Mongo-EMF. To try EMFStore and [...]

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Apr 7th, 2014

EMFStore 1.2.0 RC released

We just released EMFStore 1.2.0 RC. Apart from a number of smaller improvements and bug fixes, there is one new feature I would like to point out: EMFStore now includes extension points and API which allow you to more simply replace the storage technology on client and on server side based on the EMF resource set [...]

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Oct 28th, 2013

Are you still manually coding UIs?

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Manual development of user interfaces for Business application has several drawbacks. Visible components such as forms or reports are typically subject to constant change, based on user feedback. Additionally there are often many forms developed in parallel, which should all comply to a uniform look and feel. Typical UI layout technologies are powerful, but also [...]

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Aug 28th, 2013

EMFStore API

Recently we released EMFStore 1.0.0 and made it available for download and installation. Using the tutorial “Getting Started with EMFStore”, you can set up a demo client and server very fast. Based on the  “Getting Started with EMFStore” tutorial you can already explore most of the functionality of EMFStore by using the provided User Interface. This functionality is of course also available [...]

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Aug 28th, 2013

EMFStore: How it actually works

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Recently we released EMFStore 1.0.0 and made it available for download and installation. Using the tutorial “Getting Started with EMFStore”, you can set up a demo client and server very fast. But how does it actually work? EMFStore is a model repository which implements the concept of change-based versioning. Changes are first-class citizens in EMFStore. They are not calculated but stored. [...]

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