JSONForms Tag

The last couple of weeks we've been busy with completing an Ionic 3 based renderer set to JSON Forms. If you don't know what Ionic is: Ionic is a cross-platform framework for building mobile apps. A new version, 4.x, currently in its beta and  built on web components via Stencil, is available, while 3.x is considered stable and is built on Angular.As we've added support bindings for...

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With Oxygen, we released EMF Forms 1.13.0.Please note, that we published an update 1.13.1 fixing a critical bug (see BR519415 and BR518503) in the EMF Forms Ecore editor. So in case you are using this editor, please make sure to get the latest version 1.13.1 from our download page.EMF Forms makes it simple to create forms which edit your data based on an EMF model....

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EclipseCon France is only a couple of weeks away. I’m looking forward to this great conference with a carefully selected program in a beautiful city. And, I’m definitely looking forward to presenting three topics!On Tuesday the conference starts with the tutorials and we start with our tutorial on AngularJS - What every Java developer should know about AngularJS. This tutorial specifically addresses Java/Eclipse developers...

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Traditionally, modeling is a very active and well represented topic at Eclipse and consequently at EclipseCons. EclipseCon North America 2016 is a good place to find out about the latest and greatest in Eclipse modeling, as usually there is a dedicated modeling track at ECNA with some very interesting highlights:User-centric diagram editors: Jan will provide us with some insights on how diagram edits can and...

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JSONForms is an AngularJS-based framework to simplify the creation of forms for data entry and edit in web applications. It allows to declaratively define the content and layout of a form and to embed the form into your HTML with one simple <jsonforms> tag. If you would like to know more about JSONForms here is an introduction. Also the JSONForms homepage is a good starting...

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Over two years ago, we started working on EMF Forms to ease the development of form-based UIs. During this time, it has become one of the most active and well-received projects in the Eclipse community.Instead of manually coding UIs, the framework allows to describe forms via a simple view model, which is interpreted by a rendering components. This approach worked particularly well, besides saving a...

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