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Transform RCP applications to web applications using RAP
The Rich Client Platform (RCP) enables you to build rich desktop applications. The Rich Ajax Platform (RAP) lets you build Ajax-enabled web applications using the Eclipse development model. With the assistance of RAP, existing RCP applications can be run as web applications with only minor changes. In this article, explore the key features of RAP, and follow example code for a simple HTML viewer to learn how to migrate RCP applications to the web using RAP.
Also available in: Chinese   Japanese  
Articles 19 Apr 2011
Developing your first Eclipse RCP application
The objective of the Eclipse Rich Client Platform (RCP) is to enable Eclipse to be used in a wide range of end-user applications that are not integrated development environments (IDEs). With the release of Eclipse V3.1, it is easy to create RCP applications. This tutorial will guide you step by step in building your very own RCP application.
Tutorial 27 Jun 2006
Using IBM Lotus Expeditor Toolkit V6.1.2 for eRCP application development on devices
This article provides a step-by-step tour of IBM® Lotus® Expeditor client and toolkit. Learn how to install the Lotus Expeditor client and toolkit, how to create a client services project and to import a sample into the tools, and how to remotely launch the application onto devices.
Articles 20 May 2008
Creating a declarative security model for RCP applications
Thick client-based business applications require rigid security regulations where different classes of users receive a predetermined set of access rights. This article explains how to build a flexible security model for Rich-Client Platform (RCP) applications by leveraging features provided by the Eclipse platform.
Also available in: Chinese  
Articles 29 Nov 2006
Mobile workforce operational support using Eclipse RCP
The modern workforce is increasingly mobile, with many jobs performed in the field, far from standard workplace tools, such as desk-bound computers and wired networks. Even for more mobile devices, connectivity is limited to wireless accessible areas. Learn about the development of a Mobile Workforce Framework based on the open source Eclipse Rich Client Platform (RCP) for supporting teams who must work in remote areas with limited or no network access. This article focuses on the value of a common open source platform to myriad remote teams, the reduction in paper and travel to perform synchronization, and improved paper-free access to critical information when "off the net." The Mobile Workforce Framework project, also known as Maestro, illustrates how many architectural drivers like synchronization, plug-in functionality, and offline support are met by the using the Eclipse RCP.
Also available in: Japanese  
Articles 21 Apr 2009
Brand your Eclipse RCP applications
This article provides step-by-step guidelines on how to package and manage a Rich Client Platform (RCP) application as a product with your own branding by using Eclipse's Production Configuration and PDE. Besides common concepts such as splash screen and an icon file's color and size, this article also introduces advanced branding aspects of production configuration: the RCP executable file and its configuration file, progress bar and message, RCP window image, About dialog and welcome page (i.e., introduction). With this article, you can grasp the main skills on encapsulating your RCP application as a distributable product, independent of Eclipse platform.
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Articles 08 May 2007
Understanding how Eclipse plug-ins work with OSGi
The core of the Eclipse integrated development environment (IDE) and Eclipse Rich Client Platform (RCP) applications is driven by an implementation of the Open Services Gateway Initiative (OSGi) specification. This article illustrates Eclipse's relationship with OSGi by describing what a plug-in is in terms of the Eclipse platform and traces the evolution of plug-ins from Eclipse V2.1 through today's OSGi-based implementation. It also explains the OSGi file options, along with the additions provided through Eclipse.
Articles 06 Jun 2006
Using Eclipse Ganymede to develop for the desktop, Web and mobile devices, Part 1: Developing for the Rich Client Platform, the Ganymede way
The Ganymede release of the Eclipse IDE includes 24 separate projects, covering a wide range of technologies. Many of these projects are mature, and this release provides incremental improvements to those. But Ganymede also includes a number of new projects that introduce new technologies to the Eclipse platform. In this three-part "Using Eclipse Ganymede to develop for the desktop, Web and mobile devices" tutorial series, we will cover the following new Ganymede features: RCP, RAP, and eRCP, which allow you to develop software for the desktop, Web, and mobile platforms, respectively, with one common code base; Subversion for version control; and p2 for update and installation. Here in Part 1, we will use the mature Rich Client Platform (RCP) to develop an application for the desktop using Subversion for source control, and we will package and distribute the application using p2.
Also available in: Portuguese  
Tutorial 02 Sep 2008
Gain just-in-time skills with a developerWorks skill kit
Trying to stay current with the latest trends and technologies? Are you looking to increase your skills for your next promotion or assignment? Do you sometimes get overwhelmed by the sheer volume of information on the Net? You need skills and you need them now. The developerWorks skills team has heard you. In fact, we've been there and done that, too. We've come up with a way of providing IT professionals the skills they need, quickly and easily - and at no charge. We call it a skill kit, and it is based on the Eclipse Rich Client Platform (RCP) technology. Skill kits are built using the Toolkit for Custom and Reusable Solution Information, a technology brought to you by alphaWorks. This article describes skill kits, and how you can get started using the first one available on developerWorks.
Articles 25 Mar 2009
Rich Ajax Platform, Part 2: Developing applications
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.
Articles 11 Dec 2007
Rich-client application performance, Part 1: Tools, techniques, and tips for analyzing performance
Significant performance issues are likely to arise even in well-planned applications. In this two-part article, Chris Grindstaff offers techniques for analyzing and addressing performance problems. In this first installment, you'll learn how to measure the performance of Eclipse-based Rich Client Platform (RCP) applications, determine if slowdowns are caused by CPU or I/O bottlenecks, and keep the UI thread idle to maintain responsiveness. Part 2 addresses memory problems.
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Articles 31 Jul 2007
Configuring and adding menu items in Eclipse V3.3
In earlier versions of Eclipse, adding commands to a menu, pop-up menu,or toolbar was tricky. No more! Eclipse V3.3 introduces a mechanism that's easier than ever. Find out how to use org.eclipse.ui.menus.
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Articles 19 Feb 2008
Understanding JFace data binding in Eclipse, Part 1: The pros and cons of data binding
Large amounts of the development time for Java graphical user interface (GUI) applications involve simply moving data out of domain objects into GUI components and back again. In recent years, several data binding frameworks have stepped to the forefront to automate this data synchronization process. This article explains what a data binding framework does, introduces several popular Java GUI data binding frameworks, and covers the pros and cons of using data binding.
Also available in: Japanese  
Articles 26 Sep 2006
Introduction to Spring using Swing
This tutorial introduces you to the Spring framework and the concept of dependency injection (also known as Inversion of Control), in the context of writing a simple Java Swing GUI application. You will develop a complete, working application from the ground up. You'll also get a taste of the Spring Rich Client Project, a new framework for developing Swing applications under Spring. You'll come away with an appreciation of Spring's versatility and the ways in which it can ease your development tasks.
Tutorial 08 Nov 2005
Embed the NASA World Wind Java SDK in Eclipse
The open source World Wind Java (WWJ) SDK by NASA creates new possibilities for the open Geographic Information Systems (GIS) community. World Wind, a 3D interactive world viewer written in the Java language and OpenGL, lets users zoom from outer space into any place on Earth. This article explains how GIS developers who want to enhance their Eclipse-based applications can embed the WWJ SDK as an Eclipse plug-in.
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Articles 03 Jun 2008
Get started with the Eclipse Platform
Find out about the Eclipse Platform, including its origin and architecture. Starting with a brief discussion about the open source nature of Eclipse and its support for multiple programming languages, we demonstrate the Java development environment with a simple programming example. We also survey some of the software development tools available as plug-in extensions.
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Articles 17 Jul 2007
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