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Eclipse Scout: A Mature Business Application Framework going Open Source

Matthias Zimmermann (Business Systems Integration AG )

Making For Eclipse · Lightning (12 mins)
Monday, 16:02, 13 minutes | Lafayette

Tags: Business And Industry , Runtime , SOA , UI / RCP
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We present the Scout proposal to the Eclipse community.

The central goal of Scout is maximizing developer productivity in the context of writing business applications. In this context developers face many recurring requirements. Implementing these should not require a significant amount of time. Instead, developers should be able to concentrate on understanding and implementing business cases.

Scout has been evolving in the last 10 years. During the last three years Scout has been fully integrated into the Eclipse Plugin architecture which supports the creation of  a fully SOA and J2EE compliant business solutions. BSI CRM, our main product, is based on Scout and currently installed on 20’000 workstations in 60 countries with 16 different application languages.

In this talk we clearly state scope, schedule, code status, and motivate our reasons to open source the Scout framework.

Matthias Zimmermann: (matthias.zimmermann@bsiag.com) Matthias works as a project manager for Business Systems Integration AG (Switzerland). In addition to the Eclipse Scout project he is interested in pattern recognition, soaring, and raising his kids. Matthias is a co-lead of the Eclipse Scout project.