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EMF Forms makes it easy to create forms that are able to edit your data based on an EMF model. To get started with EMF Forms please refer to our tutorial. In this article, we would like to outline a new feature in the 1.21.0 release: The support for simultaneously editing multiple EObjects in trees and tables (multi edit).In some use cases, you might want...

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Last week, Eclipse 2019-06 has been released, a new version of the Eclipse IDE and platform. The first notable improvement is the launch speed, especially if you run it with newer Java versions. So we recommend reviewing the Java JVM used to run Eclipse (not necessarily the same as used for compiling projects) and update e.g. to Java 11. Further, with 2019-06, you can launch...

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We are happy to announce that with the Eclipse Release 2019-06, we have also shipped  EMF Forms and EMF Client Platform 1.21.0!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 50 bug fixes and features!”We are also...

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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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JSON Forms is a framework for efficiently developing form-based UIs based on JSON Schema.It provides a simple declarative JSON-based language to describe UIs independently of any UI technology. Please see here for a jump start on JSON Forms. In this article, we highlight one the core benefits of JSON forms, which is being UI technology agnostic.JSON Forms’ core is has no dependencies to any...

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