Category Archives: UFaceKit

Eclipse Databinding 3.5.2 for GWT

I’ve just updated the Eclipse-Databinding port for GWT to the patch level of Eclipse 3.5.2.

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UFaceKit – 2 (new) interesting features in latest nightly

Like the title already says the latest nightly build comes with 2 amazing features one already part of the code base since a long time (XPath to traverse the UI-DOM) the second one just hit SVN (plugable model-item mapping). I’m … Continue reading

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Consumeable UFaceKit-Builds for SWT

This a remarkable day in the history of UFaceKit because since today we can provide consumeable nightly builds to install or create a target platform. A big thank you to Chris Aniszczyk and Pascal Rapicault who helped me in getting … Continue reading

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QxViewers – The first steps towards a UFaceKit-Webport

I’ve talked a lot (1,2,3,4) lately about my progress on QxWT towards release 1.0.0.2. Now that all the codeing is done more or less I can restart working on my master plan: Single APIing for Web and Desktop programing use … Continue reading

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ESE 09 – My Slides

Back from ESE 09 – once more a nice event and got to know even more people. I was quite busy this year taking part in 5 Sessions so a short review from my side: EMF Tutorial I think Ed, … Continue reading

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Build for Databinding4GWT available

Following an discussion on stackoverflow.com where people stated that we don’t offer binary builds I sat down yesterday and wrote a short ant script to create binary builds people can consume out of the box easily. I didn’t use the … Continue reading

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UFaceKit and Java5-Viewers

I had some time today to once more work a bit on UFaceKit and it’s viewer implementation and I think I added a feature which makes sense to show of. I was working on the rewrite of an old application … Continue reading

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