Eclipse

Eclipse-based development

Eclipse-based software development

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This course introduces the Eclipse open development framework. The audience will get an overview of the system architecture, the application development guidelines, and the most important APIs. The course offers a hands-on lab part that helps to get used to Eclipse-based development. This course also introduces the Eclipse Rich Client Platform and also offers a hands-on lab part that helps to get used to Eclipse RCP-based development. The course introduces common development tasks as developing distributed applications, programming the control of complex applications, preparing domain specific design tools and basic unit testing tasks.

Eclipse plug-in development

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This course introduces the Eclipse open development framework. The audience will get an overview of the system architecture, the application development guidelines, and the most important APIs. The course also offers a hands-on lab part that helps to get used to Eclipse-based development.

Eclipse plugin development, Rich Client Platform

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This course introduces the Eclipse Rich Client Platform. The audience will get an overview of the system architecture, the application development guidelines, and the most important APIs. The course also offers a hands-on lab part that helps to get used to Eclipse RCP-based development.

Domain-specific editor development with Eclipse

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This course introduces domain-specific modeling language tool development with Eclipse. The audience will get an overview of domain-specific modeling language development in general, development best practices, and Eclipse’s most important (relevant) tools. The course also offers a hands-on lab part that provides a good demonstrating example of a typical domain-specific modeling tool built on Eclipse technology.

Unit testing and profiling with Eclipse

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This course introduces unit testing and profiling with Eclipse. The audience will get an overview of unit testing and test-driven development in general, best practices, and Eclipse’s most important (relevant) tools. The course also offers a hands-on lab part that provides ready-to-use working knowledge about unit testing in Eclipse development (plugin testing) and using more advanced profiling tools.

Developing workflow-driven applications with Eclipse

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This course is about workflow-driven application development with Eclipse technologies. We use both client side (Rich Client Platform – RCP) and server side (Equinox, Rich AJAX Platform) technologies integrated with the JBoss jBPM workflow engine to create rich, workflow-driven enterprise applications.



























































All Eclipse courses also offer a hands-on lab part that helps to get started with development work.