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First Eclipse 4 Training in Italy with Vogella

Last week I had the chance for a unique and amazing experience: being co-trainer, side-by-side with Lars Vogel, for the first Eclipse 4 Training in Italy! It has been a five days of intensive and engaging learning time, alternating slides … Continue reading

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Single sourcing for databases management with RAP, EMF and Teneo

In the previous article Single sourcing with Eclipse RAP we have seen how to develop an Eclipse project and then run it both as a Desktop (RCP) Application an as a Web (RAP) Application. Now we will see how to … Continue reading

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WindowBuilder: advanced databinding with CDO

Now we will see how, starting from previous tutorial, we can handle the management of the data showed into the table. Let’s get back to the Design tab and set a GridLayout, picking it up from the palette and dropping … Continue reading

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WindowBuilder: installing and EMF databinding

In the tutorial Eclipse EMF: an out-of-the-box CRUD for a database we saw how to, starting from an EMF model, we can automatically generate a database-aware application. The advantage is clear: we do not need to write code, aside from … Continue reading

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CDO – Connected Data Objects

An introduction to CDO This framework, which is a component of the EMF project, allows the sharing of an EMF model. Whereas with Teneo we can make each client access a database (implementing a two-tier client/server solution), with CDO we … Continue reading

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Eclipse EMF: updating the Model

Now we will see how to handle a Model update. Let’s say we want to add the “surname” attribute to Author entity. Open the model diagram (Library.ecorediag) and add the new attribute still of EString type Save the changes (Ctrl-S), … Continue reading

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EMF Development

This section was designed with the aim to be a practical path for learning how to quickly develop Eclipse RCP application based on EMF (work is in progress …) First steps How to create an RCP application From Model to … Continue reading

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Eclipse EMF: an out-of-the-box CRUD for a database

This tutorial assumes that you have followed these other tutorials in the specified order: Eclipse EMF: Designing the Model Eclipse EMF: a CRUD at no-cost the goal here is to show how, with just some extra lines of code added … Continue reading

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Eclipse EMF: a CRUD at no-cost

This tutorial follows the one dedicated to modeling with EMF ( Eclipse EMF: Designing the Model ) In this article we will see how, through EMF automatic code generation tools, it’s possible to generate a CRUD, an application that is … Continue reading

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Eclipse EMF: Designing the Model

Eclipse Modeling Framework (EMF) is among the many frameworks of Eclipse ecosystem, the one that allows us to model the so-called application domain of your application, which is the set of entities, their attributes and their relationships. In this tutorial … Continue reading

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