Tutorials Eclipse RCP
In order to install WindowBuilder on Eclipse let’s click on Help -> Eclipse Marketplace…, type “windowbuilder” into “Find:” field and press Enter. Then press the Install button and follow the wizard until it asks to restart Eclipse.
Introduction We’ve already wrote in the past about RAP framework (see article Single sourcing with Eclipse RAP). In the meantime however this framework has made big progress (the above article was referring to version 1.4, while now it is out with version 2.1) … Continue reading
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
In case you get some error during launch, it is reccomended to check that the launch itself contains all needed plugins. To do this, click Run -> Run Configurations… select the launch go to Configuration tab and make sure that … Continue reading
In case of errors in the workspace, it could be useful to make a Refresh and a Clean operation. Here you’ll find how: Refresh Let’s select all plug-ins inside the workspace, right-click Refresh on the context menu. Clean Click the … Continue reading
Select File -> New -> Other… and choose Plug-in Project, then Next. In Project name field let’s give a name to our project, e.g. it.rcpvision.rcptutorial.application leave other options unchanged and press Next. At the next step let’s make sure that … Continue reading
In this section we will see how, starting from Eclipse Juno Modeling, you can install some plugins that will allow management of the persistence to a database using the Teneo framework. This framework implements a layer that links EMF and … Continue reading
The JFace library offers some widgets, called viewers, that can represent a data model. What are they for? Let’s suppose you want to show a table, a tree or a combo in order to visualize a list of objects or … Continue reading
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In this tutorial we will create an application in order to test the features of the Standard Widget Tootlkit (SWT) library. The figure below shows what the result will look like. INTRODUCTION First we will create a minimal RCP application, … Continue reading