emf Tag

My highlights on the EclipseCon today were the EMF GWT presentation by Ed Merks, the p2 talk by Ian Bull and Pascal Rapicault and the keynote on Watson by David Gondek: Ed Merks showed how to use EMF with the Google Web Toolkit. In about a click or two, he had an EMF-based GWT application (or an GWT-based EMF application) up and running. The famous library...

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This is my first blog post under the EclipseSource roof. Thanks for all the greetings and congrats! I shortly want to summarize my impressions from the EclipseCon yesterday (Monday): Tutorial: What every developer needs to know about EMF. Since I was one of the authors I am not going to comment on the quality of the tutorial ;). About 80 people joint the tutorial and the number...

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So this is my first post at the new location. As Jochen announced earlier, Maximilian and me are joining EclipseSource in Munich. We are very happy about this and look forward to the collaboration. Today, we have presented the Tutorial "What every Eclipse Developer should know about EMF" at EclipseCon. I will blog the tutorial here step by step. You can download a PDF version of...

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I am happy to announce that EclipseSource is finally entering the modeling world and would like to introduce Max and Jonas as our new team members in Munich. Both are well known in the modeling community for leading the Eclipse projects,  EMFStore and EMF Client Platform. With our expansion to Munich we can now better accommodate our customers in southeast Germany, Austria and Switzerland. But beyond...

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Today's a great day. The Eclipse Foundation accepted the proposal for the RTP Project. RTP stands for Runtime Packaging.  And here's what it's all about. Marcus Baker wrote an article called "Install Me", which was published in the book "97 things a programmer should know". On two pages he shows the reader exactly how important the first minutes are when a new user tries to get...

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Did you ever wanted to know how features find their way into Eclipse and became a part of a huge release like Eclipse Helios? What role do committers play? What is the part of the community? How do different projects collaborate with each other? For all of you Benjamin Muskalla and I will give the answer on the Eclipse Helios DemoCamp in Darmstadt on July the 14th. If...

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Finally the voting process for this years Google Summer of Code is over and they announced the accepted students. I'm really happy that so many interesting proposals got trough and really looking forward to see the outcome of all the student projects. Here is the full list of the proposals that got accepted for 2010. Improve Eclipse Git integration Student: Dariusz Luksza Mentor(s): Matthias Sohn WAR deployment for RAP/Equinox based...

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During the last weeks, Kenn and I worked together to support EMF generated editors running on RAP. I'm always mesmerized by how effective such synergies can be used when people from different teams work together for a bigger goal. Kudos to Kenn for his great work in EMF by refactoring the EMF UI bundles (namely o.e.emf.ui.common and o.e.emf.ui.edit) in order to single-source them. But what...

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