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Bruce Skingle introduces and gives a live demonstration of CODA, a code generation tool for eclipse. During the demo, he creates a client-server application from the ground up. By going through each step of the process, Bruce shows how easy it is to use CODA to quickly make an application within eclipse.
Part one focuses on an overview of Mylyn’s task management features including offline editing, background synchronizations and change notifications with demos of how these work for Bugzilla and JIRA. Part two is an overview of how Mylyn’s frameworks can be extended when building IDE, desktop, and server-side applications.
Mano Marks shows you how to get started with App Engine in Eclipse.
In this interview from EclipseCon 2009, Michael CotÃ© talks with multi-RedMonkTV guest Jeff McAffer, one of the leads on the Equinox project. Having spoken with him about Equinox many times before, CotÃ© starts by asking Jeff to give an update on whatâ€™s been going on in Equinox-land of late. In doing so, they speak about how Equinox is related to the OSGi Enterprise and other specifications. Also, Jeff mentions the p2 and other sub and related projects. Since thereâ€™s always great interest in p2, CotÃ© asks Jeff to give us …
In this video recorded at Eclipse Summit Europe 2008, Tom Schindl discusses his plans for the Eclipse Nebula project. The Nebula project is a source for custom SWT widgets and other UI components.
The Eclipse tools for Silverlight project, aka eclipse4SL, is an eclipse plug-in that enables Eclipse developers to use the Eclipse IDE to create applications that run on the Microsoft Silverlight runtime platform. The interoperability scenarios this project enables are very interesting, as it provides more choices to Java/Eclipse developers and opens up new opportunities for Silverlight adoption. This demo gives an overview of the developer experience of creating a basic Silverlight application in Eclipse, shows how collaborating with a designer could work, and …
In the course of getting ready for the Ganymede launch, Mustafa Isik from the Eclipse Communication Framework (ECF) team, put together a short screencast showcasing the first incarnation of “Cola: Real-Time Shared Editing” for Eclipse. Follow Mustafa and his friend Thomas K. as they lead you through an exemplary shared editing session.
Mihai Corlan uses Flex Builder and the Eclipse Web Tools Platform plug-in (WTP) to create a combined Flex/Java application – all without coding in Java.
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The announcement of Eclipseâ€™s Java Persistence Platform project signals the inauguration of a new generation of persistence in which all of the dominant persistence standards are implemented and accessible from a single source. The project, nicknamed EclipseLink, is composed of a set of separate runtime components that run in both clients and servers, and is the first open-source project to offer a full suite of persistence technologies.
In this presentation, recorded at EclipseWorld 2008, Oracle’s Peter Krogh provides an overview of EclipseLink, the standard technologies it implements, and how these technologies …
Spring IDE is the proven standard toolset for doing Spring development within the Eclipse Platform. It supports Spring’s core programming model and the board range of open-source Portfolio Products. With the SpringSource Tool Suite additional value-added features have been introduced that combine Spring IDE and Eclipse Mylyn to significantly streamline the development process and help making SpringSource best-practice knowledge and recommendations available to developers while working in their IDE. This session will introduce the different tool products from SpringSource and will outline their benefits.