Building Server-Side Eclipse based web applications

Gunnar Wagenknecht (Tasktop), Jochen Hiller

Eclipse Platform - Runtime · Tutorial - 4 hours  slideshare
Monday, 08:00, 4 hours | Grand Ballroom G

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Server-Side Eclipse is the latest effort to use the Eclipse architecture and the OSGi platform to develop modular web applications. This tutorial introduces the technology, concepts and tools needed to develop Eclipse based web applications. A significant portion of the tutorial will be spent on hands-on activities with the aim of bringing attendees up to speed quickly with setting up the workspace, developing and deploying applications as well as looking at debugging and monitoring techniques.

Audience


This tutorial targets developers and architects who want to develop a better understanding of what's required to build Eclipse-based web applications. They should be familiar with OSGi bundles and services, the extension registry, as well as standard JavaEE web applications.

Contents of tutorial


1.1 Introduction to Server-Side Eclipse

1.2 Developing Server-Side Eclipse applications

1.3 Deploying Server-Side Eclipse applications

1.4 Monitoring and Debugging Server-Side Eclipse applications

1.5 Summary

Gunnar is a software engineer who loves server and application architectures especially those involving Equinox/OSGi. In his primary role at AGETO he is thrilled to work on open source software, emerging platforms and technologies and to help companies understand Eclipse and OSGi and execute on their business objectives in an open source context. He is a very active member of the Eclipse Community and a prolific contributor with many years of experience on numerous Eclipse projects; Gunnar is also a member of the Technology PMC which he represents on the Eclipse Architecture Council. Apart from Eclipse he also loves chatting about fishing, diving and family over a good beer or a glass of dry, barrel aged red wine.

Jochen Hiller is working as System Architect for Deutsche Telekom AG, Germany. He is responsible for development of the customer focused Identity Management infrastructure, providing APIs and services to partners and customers. He supported adoption of open standards (SAML, Liberty Alliance, …) for this IDM platform. Jochen has been using object technology since 1989, using C++, Smalltalk and Java. He is also involved in component and service oriented architectures based on OSGi. He is a regular speaker about Server-Side OSGi, Eclipse technologies and Identity Management. He can be reached at jo.hiller(at)googlemail(dot)com.

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