This tutorial introduces the embedded Rich Client Platform (eRCP) project to
developer. To put it simply, the eRCP project is all about the exploration of
taking the well-established Eclipse RCP paradigm for desktop applications and
moving it to the embedded space.
The tutorial will cover the typical eRCP application development process:
â€¢ Building an application from scratch
â€¢ Testing on a win32 runtime
â€¢ Deploying on a device (and desktop!)
This tutorial will mostly include coding exercises that involve the eWorkbench
component and other aspects of eRCP-based development. There will be
of the application and architecture model before we start the coding exercises
to familiarize non-RCP developers with the RCP model.
Chris Aniszczyk is a software engineer at IBM Lotus focusing on OSGi related development. He is an open source enthusiast at heart, and he works on the Gentoo Linux distribution and is a committer on a few Eclipse projects (PDE, ECF, EMFT). He's always available to discuss open source and Eclipse over a frosty beverage.
Mark Rogalski has been with IBM for 19 years, the last eight in the area of device middleware design and development. Currently, he leads development of Lotus Expeditor for Devices and is a member of the Eclipe DSDP PMC.
Gorkem Ercan is a senior software engineer at Nokia's java platform team. He is the project lead for the embedded Rich Client Platform (eRCP) project and also a committer for Web Tools Platform (WTP) project.