Eclipse Rich Client Platform (RCP) Delta Schulung

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Dauer: 3 Tage
Zielgruppe: Softwareentwickler und -architekten

Schulungsüberblick:
In dieser Schulung lernen Sie die neuen Konzepte von Eclipse 4 RCP und die Unterschiede zu Eclipse 3.X kennen. Der Praxisteil liegt bei ca. 50 %. Erlerntes Wissen wird sofort bei der Entwicklung eines durchgängigen Schulungsbeispiels gefestigt und vertieft.
Verwendet wird das neuste Eclipse 4 Programmierinterface (API), in dieser Schulung wird ebenfalls auf die Migration von Eclipse 3.X RCP Applikationen eingegangen.

Schulungsunterlagen:
Sie erhalten umfassende Kursunterlagen.

Schulungsvoraussetzungen:
Vorausgesetzt werden Kenntnisse im Bereich Eclipse 3.X RCP. Bei Anmeldung zur Schulung erhalten Sie Vorbereitungsmaterial, welches Sie gegebenenfalls zur Auffrischung Ihrer Java und Eclipse Kenntnisse nutzen können.


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Agenda

  • Introduction into Eclipse and Eclipse 4
    • Components of the Eclipse platform
    • Eclipse 3.x in comparison with Eclipse 4.x
    • Eclipse license
    • Internet information sources
  • Eclipse architecture
    • Software components
    • Configuration files (plugin.xml, MANIFEST.MF)
    • Extensions and extension points
    • Important user interface components
  • Eclipse 4 application model
    • Application model and model components
    • Model editor
    • Naming schema for ID's
  • Dependency injection and annotations
    • Overview dependency injection
    • Dependency injection framework in Eclipse
    • Field, method and constructor dependency injection
    • Behavior annotations
    • Application lifecycle annotations
  • Scope of injection
    • IEclipseContext
    • Injection search strategy
    • Creation of injectable objects
    • Model elements and dependency injection
  • OSGi services
    • Services and the OSGi service registry
    • Publishing services via OSGi declarative services
    • Usage of services in Eclipse 4
    • OSGi declarative service definition with annotations
  • Commands, Handlers, Menus and Toolbars
    • Contributing to the menu and the toolbar
    • Handling of popup menus
    • Scope of handlers and core expressions
    • Defining keybindings
  • Platform services and interaction of components
    • Service overview
    • Part service
    • Model service
    • Selection service
    • Command and Handler service
  • Editor handling in Eclipse 4
    • Comparison Views and Editors
    • Getting parts which behave as editors
    • Using services to interact with parts
  • Accessing and extending the Eclipse context
    • Accessing the context
    • Extending the Eclipse context with own objects
    • Using dependency injection to create own objects
  • Settings and preferences
    • Configuration area and workspace
    • Persistence of the Eclipse application
    • Part persistence
    • Dependency injection for preference values
  • Modularity for Eclipse 4 applications
    • Contributing to the application model
    • Static model contributions with fragments
    • Dynamic model contributions with processors
  • Concurrent UIs
    • SWT threading
    • Avoiding invalid thread access
    • Asynchronous processing with the Eclipse API
  • Migrating Eclipse 3.x applications
    • Running Eclipse 3.x applications on top of Eclipse 4
    • Mixing Eclipse 3.x and Eclipse 4.x components
    • Discussion: Migration path for existing applications
  • Definition of own annotations for dependency injection
    • Definition of new annotations
    • Evaluation of new annotations
    • Use cases
  • Declarative styling with CSS
    • Introduction into CSS
    • Definition of styles and themes, colors and gradients
    • Styling specific widgets
    • Dynamic style switching at runtime
    • Using the CSS Spy tooling
  • The Renderer framework
    • Purpose of the Renderer framework
    • Define your own renderer
    • Outlook: Using an alternative renderer
    • Outlook: Extending the application model
  • Best practices and tips & tricks

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