EMF Forms and EMF Client Platform 1.22.0 released!

September 18, 2019 | 2 min Read

We are happy to announce that with the Eclipse Release 2019-09, we have also been able to ship EMF Forms and EMF Client Platform 1.22.0!

EMF Forms continues to be one of the most active projects at Eclipse, with a very stable development activity. Again, we want to thank our continuously active team of 11 contributors (41 contributors overall) for completing 41 bug fixes and features!

In case you want to meet the EMF Forms committers and project leads, you should have EclipseCon 2019 on your radar: We have scheduled a BOF event again in the evening, and are, of course, proud to be a sponsor of this great event!

All relevant “noteworthy” tickets in 1.22.0 can be found on eclipse.org and all “test” bug reports can be found on eclipse.org. Please see the EMF Forms project page for a more detailed description of those tags.

With the 1.22.0 we add the last missing features to support the new “segments”. As announced with the 1.19.0 release, we are introducing a new format to describe domain model references. In case you skipped the update to the 1.19.0 release, please have a look at this announcement. Please see details about the change and how to evaluate the new mode on eclipse.org.

Additionally, continue to ask questions in the newsgroup and file bug reports.

In case you don’t know EMF Forms: It is a framework focused on the creation of form-based UIs. EMF Client Platform is designed to support the development of applications based on an EMF data model. If you are not yet familiar with EMF Forms, please refer to this tutorial for an introduction.

Both of these frameworks are part of the Eclipse Modeling Tools package, but you can also find the new release on our download pages:

As always, we will also blog about new features of the EMF Forms / ECP 1.22.0 release in the upcoming weeks! Please follow this blog or follow us on twitter for notifications about new posts.

Jonas, Maximilian & Philip

Jonas Helming, Maximilian Koegel and Philip Langer co-lead EclipseSource. They work as consultants and software engineers for building web-based and desktop-based tools. …