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Tabris for Eclipse RAP 3.17 is a minor update that includes some additions and improvements. New and Noteworthy Dependencies Tabris for Eclipse RAP is now based on Tabris.js 3.8 and RAP 3.17 and it requires Java 11 as a runtime environment. Although there is no direct change in the RAP runtime to use Java 11, this requirement is now enforced by the Eclipse Platform. Performance Tabris.js 3.8 update brings significant...

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Eclipse RAP has added a couple of cool new features for its current 3.14 release. These two made it into my favorites since the RAP 3.0 release. 7: Clipboard support for browsers that support the W3C working draft on clipboard apis 6: Adding more Spreadsheet-like features to the RAP Nebula Grid implementation, e.g., Row Headers When we introduced RAP 3.0 in 2014, we promised many more...

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It's spring, it's June, it's time for the new Eclipse and RAP release. This time we are happy to announce that one of the most requested features, the Nebula Grid - cell selection, landed in RAP 3.13.  All of you who are familiar with JFace Tree/TableViewer know the SWTFocusCellManager and FocusCellOwnerDrawHighlighter classes. These classes allow you to highlight and select a particular cell in the SWT...

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Together with the Eclipse Simultaneous Release 2019-09 we released RAP 3.10. It’s available from our download page and from the update sites. As many other Eclipse projects, we decided to raise the minimal execution environment in this release to Java 8. We already had several projects that depend on platform bundles moved to Java 8 in the passed. Using Java 8 everywhere will make our life easier and...

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We are proud to announce the release of Tabris for Eclipse RAP 3.6. From now on, the Tabris for Eclipse RAP version number will be bound to the version of Eclipse RAP it corresponds to.  This is a major release, which includes a significant advance in the framework architecture. On the client side it now uses Tabris.js, which has the following benefits over the previous...

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