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Advanced Eclipse Rich Client Platform

Kai Toedter (Siemens AG ), Benjamin Pasero

Making With Eclipse · Tutorial (120 mins)
Thursday, 10:00, 2 hours | Winchester

Tags: UI / RCP
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In this tutorial, we will introduce and discuss some advanced topics in the area of Eclipse RCP based applications. This is a "Hands-on" tutorial, most topics consist of lectures and exercises.

  • Demo: MP3 Manager
  • A modular component architecture
  • Loose coupling of views and editors
  • Internationalization: Java way vs. Eclipse way
  • Adapter Factories
  • Virtual Trees & Tables
  • Customizing Look & Feel using the Presentation API
  • Self-Update with p2
  • Headless Build for RCP Applications (Including p2)

Requirements: Java & Eclipse RCP know how required, Notebook with Java 5 or 6 and Eclipse Classic 3.5.x installed.

All attendees should download and install the zipped sources of all eclipse projects from http://max-server.myftp.org/mp3m/download/mp3m-downloads.html.
 

Kai Tödter is software engineer/architect in the architecture department of Siemens Corporate Technology. He has more than 12 years of professional Java experience. His main interest is software architecture for smart clients and he focuses on Java rich client platforms like Eclipse RCP. Kai is Siemens' primary contact in the Eclipse Foundation and committer in the e4 project.

Benjamin Pasero works at IBM Rational Zurich on the Jazz Platform and Rational Team Concert with a focus on the Work Item and Foundation component. He is well experienced in the Eclipse Rich Client Platform with a focus on SWT and JFace and has written a number of articles on this topic, as well as giving workshops at conferences. He is also known as the author of the open source news reader RSSOwl. Benjamin can be reached via e-mail to benjamin_pasero {_at_} ch.ibm.com.