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Galileo: EMF-Databinding – Part 5

Though the main focus of this article is going to be the usage of the properties API to setup a TableViewer there are some importanted I didn’t explain in Part 4 of this series. Using the properties API in master-detail (continued) Showing validation states The first interesting thing is how to present validation errors to […]

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Galileo: EMF-Databinding – Part 4

Using the properties API in master-detail In the last blog entry we saw how to set up a the left part of our example application which is a JFace-TreeViewer. This blog article deals with the upper right part of the application who allows the user to edit the data of the selected project in the […]

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Galileo: EMF-Databinding – Part 3

Setting up a TreeViewer with EMF-Databinding The RCP-Application With this article we are starting to write our RCP-Application which uses Eclipse-Databinding. I’m not going into detail how you create an RCP-Application (I simply use the PDE-Wizard) but assume that you are familiar with this kind of thing. Still I’d like to describe the application design […]

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Galileo: EMF-Databinding – Part 2

Introduce the new Properties API In 3.5 Eclipse-Databinding introduces a new API which should be used in favor of the 3.4 EMFObservables-Factory because it provides many features who couldn’t be provided by the old API (e.g. the new API provides you with the possibility to observe nested attributes in Table/TreeViewers, allows you do observe different […]

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Galileo: EMF-Databinding – Part 1

Creation of the Domain-Model Before we can start with the domain model for our application we need to know what the model is going to be for. So let me explain the application we are going to write in this blog series: Suppose the Eclipse Foundation hired you to write an application which allows them […]

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Galileo: Improved EMF-Databinding-Support

I’m happy to announce that EMF-2.5 will come along with support for the brand new Eclipse-Databinding API coming with Eclipse-Galileo. A big kudos goes to Matthew Hall who reviewed my patches and helped me shapeing the support and it’s documentation (more in bug 262160). I got voted in some weeks ago as a committer on […]

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There’s no place where Eclipse-Databinding doesn’t work

Tonight I thought I’ll give Android a spin, I download the sources and worked through some samples. After an hour this got boring and because I already managed to get Eclipse-Databinding working in other Environments (GWT, Swing, QT) I thought now it is time to see if I can manage to get a minimal example […]

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Ganymede – What’s in JFace and Databinding

The History JFace-Viewers/ToolTips In 3.3 the whole Viewer-Infrastructur has been reworked to make it easier to add new features in upcoming releases. Some new features where part of 3.3 (e.g. LabelProvider/Column, CellNavigation, Customizable-Editor). Additionally JFace opened up its viewers for subclassers by wrapping Widget-Specific API (ViewerRow/ViewerCell). Databinding 3.3 saw the first public release of the […]

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EMF + Databinding – I’m adicted to this stuff

Ed blogged somedays ago about the progress he made makeing EMF available to RAP and J2ME and there are more and more people requesting a simple example project where some EMF-Databinding-Features are shown. I’ve already send some code to the EMF-newsgroup and today I’ve added some more bits showing how to bind a Detail-List. I’m […]

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ed4g – Eclipse Databinding for GWT-Widgets 0.0.1

I finally did it. Based upon the plugins I’ve ported over from Eclipse to compile under GWT I setup a project that provides Observable implementations for GWT and MyGWT widgets but it is open for any other GWT-compatible widget-lib. A missing thing currently is a 2nd light weight Model-Implementation that works on GWT, I thought […]

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