BIRT is the most powerful framework available to developers to add Data Visualization and Reporting capability to their application. However designing compelling visualizations with the BIRT Designer is only part of the solution. To create a seamless application experience, developers must use the right BIRT APIs to integrate BIRT with their application. BIRT is comprised of many integration components that can be employed in different ways in various applications. This presentation will walk you through the BIRT Architecture.
BIRT is a very flexible tool for developing reports, but with so much functionality at a developers disposal, what are some of the best practices to avoid pitfalls? When is it appropriate to use filters? How does a developer troubleshoot performance issues when they didn’t develop the report, or don’t even have access to the data source? What the best way to apply styles to a report?
Now you can leverage your Java development skills to build mobile applications that install and run on both iOS and Android phones and tablets. See how Oracle has brought Java to iOS and enabled you to leverage your existing skills to develop mobile applications.
Build HTML5 user interfaces, integrate with native device feature (camera, GPS, etc.) and use Java for the business logic - then deploy to multiple platforms from the same code base. Learn about the Oracle Mobile Application Framework architecture and development experience in this demo focused session.
In this session we'll show you the latest tools for working with Java on Windows Azure, including our Plugin for Eclipse, options in Windows and Linux for authentication, security, and continuous integration, an introduction to the Java Developer Center for Windows Azure, the Azure SDK for Java, and other tools and materials we've developed for Java developers with help from the community.
BIRT is a powerful framework for adding data visualization and reporting capability to your application. However, creating BIRT designs is only part of the story. To create a seamless application experience, you must integrate BIRT into your application.
This presentation will walk you through the BIRT architecture and demonstrate several different ways to integrate BIRT into your application from running reports with the APIs to integrating BIRT into Web Applications.
The m2e-wtp project aims at providing a tight integration between the Eclipse’s Web Tools Platform and m2e, the Maven Integration plugin for Eclipse. After reaching version 1.0 and graduating from the Eclipse incubator, m2e-wtp is now available by default as part of the Java EE Kepler distribution.
In this heavily demo-focused presentation of Maven, Eclipse WTP and a combination of other plugins from the m2e ecosystem, we will show you a few tips and tricks that could improve the development process of your Java EE applications :
Java 8 is coming. It is happening right here. Developers of your favorite Java IDE are participating in shaping this long awaited milestone for the Java ecosystem: On time with the GA of Java 8, JDT will ship its first release with support for developing in Java 8.
If you have a basic understanding of the new features in Java 8, come here and learn how the JDT team mastered the challenges of lifting the Eclipse Java IDE to the next language version.
We all love Amazon. Just because it makes buying the right books and products so easy. And if we don’t know exactly what we are looking for? We can check out what thousands of other users liked and bought before, giving us a very good impression which product we should buy - and which better not.
Eclipse provides a lot of powerful features and capabilities as an IDE. With so much functionality at your disposal, there is a lot of functionality that is very useful, but not easily discoverable. To be productive, mastering your IDE is as important as mastering your source code.
In this talk, I will unleash many invaluable tips and tricks that will allow you to better use the Eclipse IDE and make you more productive in your routine development tasks. During this talk you will have many "Ah, I didn't know Eclipse can do that!" moments.
The Xtext framework is the de-facto standard toolkit to implement domain-specific languages with Eclipse IDE integration. Xtext provides all the necessary abstractions and reasonable default implementations to allow a jump start also for non-language gurus. If your DSL will be used together with Java code in your project, the available concepts are even more powerful. Just a few tweaks in the grammar enable Xbase expressions, and an additional mapping definition makes your DSL equivalent to and interoperable with Java code.