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This video provides a demonstration of Test-Driven Development (TDD) in C++ using the Eclipse CDT and CppUTest.
SLs are becoming more & more popular, allowing developers to express their intent more precisely & with less syntactic noise. DSLs can be built on top of a host language (like Java or Ruby), which are referred to as “internal DSLs”. External DSLs are far more flexible in terms of language design: you can define any desired grammar, you can define domain specific constraints & error messages, & you can process the DSL in a concise manner because it can either be interpreted or transformed into the code of any …
Eclipse e4 brings a new set of technologies into the existing Eclipse platform that make Eclipse components easier to write, more configurable by application developers and integrators, and easier to reuse in diverse runtime environments. You will learn about the usage of dependency injection, services and the modeled workbench in Eclipse e4.
Video producer: SF Java UG
This video removes the duplication in the add and subtract classes by introducing an abstract base class. The end result is a use of the template method pattern.
Video Producer: Brett L. Schuchert
Starting with an empty workspace, this video begins with a demonstration of basic Test Driven Development in Java using Eclipse. From basic tests and basic production code, to refactoring, and some splashes of Behavior Driven Development, watch production code get created test first.
The next major version of the Groovy Eclipse Plugin is built on a new builder technology, where the Eclipse JDT Compiler has been extended to seamlessly integrate groovy compilation. This gives developers a totally new experience working on Groovy and Java code in Eclipse as most UI features “just work” out of the box. Building on top of the greatly improved incremental Groovy Eclipse Plugin, recently the first version of Grails tools was integrated into the free SpringSource Tool Suite. This session will introduce the tools and show how you …
Jason van Zyl talks about Maven 3.x, Nexus, Tycho and how this all ties together to create an end-to-end OSGi development system.
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Microsoft has delivered multiple technologies that focus on interoperability with non-Microsoft and Open Source technologies. In this video you will learn how to use the Eclipse tools today to build Silverlight applications that run on PCs and Macs, how to develop using combinations of Java, Ruby and PHP in addition to the standard Microsoft languages, and how Microsoft’s commitment to openness with the Azure Services Platform and the use of claims-based identity supports heterogeneous identity systems.
Giles Davies and Richard Erwin explain how to work in a mixed development environment containing .NET and Java projects by using Team Foundation Server to manage the process, source code, versioning, tracking, building, and reporting and using Visual Studio and Eclipse as IDEs.
eSWT, the embedded version of the Eclipse’s Standard Widget Toolkit (SWT) is one of the components introduced by the Eclipse embedded Rich Client Platform (eRCP) project. eSWT can be also be used without the other components of eRCP in the mobile java applications. Using eSWT toolkit java applications can create rich mobile applications. This talk introduces eSWT to mobile java developers and explains what it brings to the mobile java. Also it shows how to use it with MIDlets and highlights some of the new features that provide value to …