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Thu, 2015-06-04 09:05

What's new in Orion?

The Orion Project at Eclipse builds first class programming language tools that run in your web browser. With a large and growing base of contributors, the Orion project has been steadily churning out new features and user experience improvements over the past year. This talk will update you on the latest work in JavaScript and CSS language tools, UI design, performance and scalability work, and other enhancements over the past year in the Orion project.

Tue, 2015-04-14 15:28

Modeled abstraction for Cyber-Physical Systems: playing with EMF, ECF and Pi with lots of fun !

In this talk we'l present our experience with Cyber-Physical Systems (aka IoT), an experiment built on top of Eclipse Technologies: EMF and ECF. We will present a network of collaborating devices with physical input and output, represented by a live EMF model instance.

Tue, 2015-04-14 14:24

Best serve the User Experience: a few usability principles and their Eclipse rendering

Based on her experience, a usability specialist (from the cognitive psychology field) locates usability principles within the User eXperience (UX) field and give details about:

- guide the user / structure the information
- help
- create habits and build consistency
- give visibility on the system status (manage waiting time)
- user control and freedom
- avoid errors and help error recovery
- Recognition rather than control
- Flexibility and efficiency of use
... (this list is not the final one)

Tue, 2015-04-14 13:34

Xtext: a brilliant tool for Golo Development Toolkit (GLDT)

Xtext is an Eclipse toolkit for DSL authors.

Golo (http://golo-lang.org) is a lightweight dynamic language on top of the Java JVM, just proposed to the Eclipse Foundation as an Eclipse project.

Golo Development Toolkit (GLDT) is the Eclipse based IDE for Golo developers.

 

As GLDT is based on Xtext, discover what Xtext has brought to the developement of the GLDT IDE, what features are availables and what is planned next. After a short introduction to the Golo language, the following topics will be presented:

Tue, 2015-04-14 05:14

Transformations, Patterns, Version Control: Where there is modeling, there is merging

It may not have occurred to you that the need to merge models is everywhere: from incremental model transformations to version control, team work on models, or model refactoring.

The EMF Diff/Merge Eclipse project is centered around a technical component that can consistently merge models or arbitrary sets of model elements. It provides extendible, customizable building blocks for the creation of diff/merge-based features.

We report on three industrial usages of EMF Diff/Merge for three different purposes.

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