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Gerrit is not only the name of Dutch computer scientist Gerrit Blaauw (the key engineer behind the IBM System/360 project in the early sixties), Gerrit is also the name of one of the most popular code review tools. Just as Gerrit Blaauw made the successful case for the 8-bit computer architecture (as opposed to the popular 6-bit architecture at that time), Gerrit -- the code review tool --...

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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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Finally, we have graduated and released Edapt 1.0! Edapt has been in productive use in several projects for quite some time now, but was still not graduated. This has finally changed. Congrats to the team! What is Edapt? Edapt is an EMF framework to migrate instances of EMF models. Whenever you change your Ecore, all instances conforming to your old Ecore version might become invalid. If you have...

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Only two weeks left until EclipseCon! I'm sure everyone's excited to see the new location, make new and meet old friends. This year we have plenty of talks ranging from runtime over mobile to modeling. Pick your choices! Highly Interactive Mobile Apps with RAP (J. Böhme López, H. Staudacher): Smartphones and Tablets have become ubiquitous. The competitiveness of the market is a win for consumers but a...

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The Eclipse Modeling Framework (EMF) is a core technology in the Eclipse Ecosystem and has become even more important with its application as the data model for Eclipse 4. As a Christmas present from EclipseSource to you, we have updated the EMF Tutorial on our webpage and have also provided an updated PDF download for the tutorial. The tutorial provides an introduction to EMF that is intended to help...

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This is the second part of the tutorial presented at EclipseCon. We'll be building on the model created in the first part of the tutorial, which you can find  here.   We'll give you an overview of available technologies through links to several Ignite talks that introduced various frameworks building on EMF.  If you would like to have your framework included, please let me know. 4 EMF...

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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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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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We recently had a workshop on redView with the developers of the project, probably many of you know ekke. We wanted to evaluate it and gain a better understanding if we could use it in the context of a project in the insurance space. redView looks pretty promising, and although personally I am not a big fan of modeling and code generation there might be a...

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