Eclipse 4 RCP

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Overview

This book gives a detailed introduction into the Eclipse platform and covers all relevant aspects of Eclipse RCP development. Every topic in this book has a content section in which the topic is explained and afterwards you have several exercises to practice your learning. You will be guided through all relevant aspects of Eclipse 4 development using an comprehensive example which you continue to extend in the exercises. You will learn about the new programming concepts of Eclipse 4, e.g. the application model, dependency injection, CSS styling, the renderer framework, the event system and much more. Proven Eclipse technologies like SWT, JFace viewers, OSGi modularity and services, data binding, etc. are also covered in detail. This book requires a working knowledge of Java and assumes that you are familiar in using the Eclipse IDE for standard Java development. It assumes no previous experience of Eclipse plug-in and Eclipse RCP development.

Content Description

This is the second edition of the Eclipse 4 RCP book. With more than 700 pages this book has grown significantly in size and coverage. The exercises are extremely detailed, so that every reader should be able to follow along. The book covers everything you need to know about the Eclipse platform to successfully develop Eclipse 4 RCP applications.

The material of this book has also been used in countless Eclipse RCP training sessions. In these sessions it has proven to be very effective in order to learn the Eclipse 4 platform.

Author Background

Lars Vogel is the founder and CEO of the vogella GmbH and works as an Eclipse, Git and Android consultant, trainer and book author.

He is a regular speaker at international conferences, like EclipseCon, Devoxx, OOP, Droidcon and O'Reilly's Android Open and has presented at the Google headquarters in Mountain View.

With more than one million visitors per month his website vogella.com is one of the central sources for Eclipse and Android programming information.

Lars is a nominated Java Champion since 2012 and a committer in the Eclipse 4 project. He also received the Eclipse Top Contributor Award in 2010 and the Eclipse Top Newcomer Evangelist Award in 2012.