Slides from EclipseCon talks


My talks are done. If you happen to come to here for the slides. Here they are:

  • The Eclipse 4 Application Platform explained – PDF
  • e(fx)clipse – Eclipse Tooling and Runtime for JavaFX – PDF
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10 Responses to “Slides from EclipseCon talks”

  1. Looks like you have a case of circular dependency there :)

    EclipseCon page points to PDFs on your blog and links on the blog point to EclipseCon page.

  2. links dont working

  3. Hi Tom!
    Those slides are very interesting. Are there any videos/audios about those presentations available too?
    I’m currently looking at i18n in e4. I found your @Translation annotation in the slides and related work of you in several comments on e4 bugs. I found the definition of this annotation in e4.tools.services. Is this kind of stuff ready for production?

    • Hi Mark, no there are no records of my talks. The i18n and resource stuff is functional and in used successfully in e4 tools. You can see it in action when you look at http://git.eclipse.org/c/e4/org.eclipse.e4.tools.git/tree/bundles/org.eclipse.e4.tools.emf.ui

      • Nice. But is it possible to use this service in a standalone RCP application? e4.tools has dependencies on JDT and other IDE stuff, which I don’t want to ship to our customers…

      • The plugin that defines the stuff (org.eclipse.e4.tools.services) has no dependencies on all the IDE and JDT stuff. I pointed you to the other plugins so that you can take a look how the stuff is used – so simply add “org.eclipse.e4.tools.services” to your product (or one of your features and you are ready to go – depdendencies are anyways part of your e4 RCP).

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