Author: Maximilian Koegel

To make it simpler for you to follow our blog posts from EclipseSource Munich we will now use a joint blog for all topics related to our work in Munich. This means there will be less posts that appear on my blog since I will post many things on the new Blog. All posts on the new blog are announced on the Twitter Account and...

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EclipseCon is just around the corner, starting on Monday with the tutorials. EMF Forms will be presented at different events during the conference. If you would like to know when and where, read on: On Monday, we will present the EMF Tutorial which also briefly introduces EMF Forms: Harbour A - March 9 - 13:00 to 16:00 On Tuesday, we will present EMF Forms in the Poster Session, join...

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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 and more responsive. Furthermore we have implemented a security feature which allows...

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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 get started please see the updated Getting Started with EMFStore tutorial....

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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 abstraction. As a proof-of-concept we have implemented a mongoDB back-end based...

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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 complex to use, as they have to support any kind...

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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. 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 as API, so you can integrate it into your application. To...

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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. They are EObjects just like everything else. So you can even...

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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. In a follow-up tutorial we showed how to configure the server of EMFStore. This week is about configuring and building a product for the EMFStore server. With our tutorial, you can setup an EMFStore server product in a matter of minutes. D Photo by Chad Kainz from flickr....

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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 first client based on the EMF Client Platform e3 application. In a follow-up tutorial about how to run multiple clients and a server, we showed how to run a stand-alone EMFStore server (non-embedded) in your IDE. This week is about configuring the EMFStore server. Each server has...

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