Readers of that article will learn how to build an external DSL using Xtext for unit tests, how to generate source code artifacts from it, and how to wrap it all up to be shipped as a branded standalone RCP application. The article will show how easy that is and that such a product is quite easy to maintain and extend. . . . → Read More: The Few Hours Shiny DSL Product Tutorial
Today I prepared a “Hello World” app for three different UI toolkits: Swing, SWT and C++/Qt. Once finished I was surprised to find the Qt version the most slick. Alright, I didn’t need a header file yet, but still, it’s the implementation code that counts. Qt just still appears totally awesome and superior nowadays. . . . → Read More: Code less create more (or less the same)
Recently I was challenged getting declared commands enabled in an RCP application using own property testers. It seems the documentation of Eclipse’s Command Core Expressions framework is missing an important link that I’m gonna point out here.
RCP Application Plug-in
For this example create a new Plug-in project called de.rowlo.rcp.cce.app. Make sure to create a . . . → Read More: Eclipse Tips & Tricks: Property Testers with Command Core Expressions
This is all valid Java . . . → Read More: A Poem In Java