Rich Ajax Platform, Part 2, Developing applications

Web 2.0, the Eclipse way

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Chris Aniszczyk and Benjamin Muskalla

Date archived: January 4, 2017 | First published: December 11, 2007

The Rich Client Platform (RCP) is a powerful platform technology to build enterprise applications. With the help of Rich Ajax Platform (RAP), it gets more interesting because you can reuse your existing code base and development skills for a Web application, as you saw in Part 1 of this "Rich Client Platform" series. Additionally, RAP has some noteworthy features, making Web development even more attractive. The article goes beyond the Hello World example, and explains some key concepts and how to use advanced features provided by RAP.

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