Tools in Action

Sun, 2014-05-25 20:35

Come back of PMF - Presentation Modeling Framework (presented by Soyatec)

PMF was proposed and started as eclipse project ( several years ago. For reasons, it was in standby during more than 2 years, and then it gets delisted from eclipse Modeling project.

In the scope of the innovation project Sys2Soft, we have restarted working on it intensively since the Summer of 2012.

Mon, 2014-04-14 13:35

RCP Testing Tool in action

We believe that UI testing tool should not be a swiss-army knife which covers all possible UI platforms, but be a highly specialized tool with a focus on a single platform, bringing the best possible support of it.

For years we've been working on a UI testing tool with best possible support of Eclipse platform and underlying technologies, and this year we are happy to announce that we are open-sourcing the most part of it. Meet RCP Testing Tool!

Mon, 2014-04-14 13:13

Get dirty with CDO

For the people having spent the last years in Siberia, CDO is a popular model repository based on EMF allowing collaborative work.

This talk is not about UI, integration with current modelers or other frontend stuff.

This talk is for people who wants to see code, architecture diagrams and get developer feedback on :

Mon, 2014-04-14 11:34

Why code Lua with LDT?

LDT means Lua Development Tools, the Lua IDE part of the Koneki project, and soon in his own project.

Lua is a powerful and light scripting language. There are a lot of tools to code in Lua. Why choose LDT?

Unlike editors, LDT is based on deep language analysis which helps with core features such as auto-completion, outline and documentation. On top of this, LDT comes with an API documentation Language that enable easy documentation and API exploration.

Mon, 2014-04-14 10:50

Hands-On Sirius: Create Graphical Editors for your Domain-Specific Language

Sirius is a new Eclipse project that allows you to easily represent and edit information in a visual way. Using the viewpoint approach, this makes simple to equip teams who have to deal with complex architectures on specific domains.

Based on EMF, a workbench designed with Sirius provides a set of graphical model editors (diagrams, tables, trees) integrated in the Eclipse environment. The creation of this workbench is greatly facilitated by the ability to test the editors in real time.

Mon, 2014-04-14 08:54

Sirius + Xtext : <3

Xtext provides rich textual editing for your domain - aka "your own IDE" while Eclipse Sirius makes rich graphical editing a breeze for any kind of EMF model, but can they work together ?

This talk will walk through all the possible integrations between those two technologies, from concurrently using the Xtext and Sirius editors on top of the same files to integrating the Xtext completion to a diagram or to a popup editor. It will also tackle the pitfalls and specific pain points one should be aware of.

Mon, 2014-04-07 21:47

Connecting developer tools across desktop and web with Project Flux

In recent years there has been a steady migration of tools to the web, starting with bug trackers and other collaboration tools. More recently core coding tools have started moving to the web as well, with the rise of web code editors such as Eclipse Orion. However when developers make this leap to web-based tools, they must leave behind their existing tools because there is no way to for tools on the web to connect back to tools on the desktop.

Mon, 2014-04-07 03:09

Code Matters - Eclipse Hacker's Git Guide

Want to learn Git and use it within Eclipse? You already work with Git since a while and don't know how to use some of the more advanced concepts? You are already a proficient Git user but don't use code review ? Or you want to contribute some improvement to EGit or another Eclipse project using Gerrit (for example Eclipse Platform or Code Recommenders) and don't know how ? In this tutorial you will learn through hands-on exercises how to use EGit, Gerrit and a code review workflow to help your team focus on better code.


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