This session will discuss the fundamental ideas and technologies behind the two leading Rich Client Platforms: Netbeans RCP and Eclipse RCP. Building a user interface that is nontrivial requires a lot of UI plumbing. Using an RCP enables you to focus on implementing real business value. Real-world experiences and conclusions will be presented as well. When this session is concluded, you’ll know when to use an RCP and be able to select between the Netbeans RCP and Eclipse RCP based on your requirements.
This video takes you through the Android software stack, the Dalvik VM, and setting up the Android SDK with the Eclipse environment.
Video Producer: Marakana
Microsoft has delivered multiple technologies that focus on interoperability with non-Microsoft and Open Source technologies. In this video you will learn how to use the Eclipse tools today to build Silverlight applications that run on PCs and Macs, how to develop using combinations of Java, Ruby and PHP in addition to the standard Microsoft languages, and how Microsoft’s commitment to openness with the Azure Services Platform and the use of claims-based identity supports heterogeneous identity systems.
The Eclipse tools for Silverlight project, aka eclipse4SL, is an eclipse plug-in that enables Eclipse developers to use the Eclipse IDE to create applications that run on the Microsoft Silverlight runtime platform. The interoperability scenarios this project enables are very interesting, as it provides more choices to Java/Eclipse developers and opens up new opportunities for Silverlight adoption. This demo gives an overview of the developer experience of creating a basic Silverlight application in Eclipse, shows how collaborating with a designer could work, and gives a sample Silverlight application talking to a Java web service. More on http://www.eclipse4sl.org.keep looking »