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    RCP for server applications

    Friday, January 20, 2006 - 05:20 by Anonymous (not verified)
    Wolfgang Gehner from Infonoia has posted an interesting article about using RCP/Equinox for server side applications. There are also discussion threads about the article on EclipseZone and The ServerSid e. There seems to be a lot of innovation developing around RCP and Equinox . This is a great example and...

    Oracle and Eclipse

    Friday, January 20, 2006 - 03:19 by Anonymous (not verified)
    Last week, Sun and Oracle made a big partnership announcement . Part of the announcement contained a reference to Oracle and NetBeans; but no specifics. Oracle is a great supporter of Eclipse, leading 3 projects, so this announcement got my attention. Therefore, I was happy to see Omar Tazi reference...

    Eclipse in Bejing

    Thursday, January 19, 2006 - 08:55 by Mike Milinkovich
    I’m heading to the airport soon, and wanted to blog about the week before leaving. I’ve been in Bejing this week for the first annual Eclipse Day in China. This event was hosted by Tsinghua University , the premier technical university in China. (Sometimes referred to as the “MIT of...

    Authoring in Eclipse

    Tuesday, January 17, 2006 - 10:07 by Wayne Beaton
    Apologies to Chris. I had John Arthorne’s name in my head as I was typing this and erroneously gave John credit where it was due Chris. Somebody please call me an idiot. Chris Aniszczyk and Lawrence Mandel are taking a stab at revolutionizing the way that Eclipse articles are authored...

    Eclipse Forms Article

    Monday, January 16, 2006 - 10:58 by Wayne Beaton
    Earlier today, I posted an article on Eclipse Forms by Dejan Glozic onto the Eclipse Corner Articles site . It’s pretty powerful stuff; using the Forms API, you can build user interface components that look and feel “browser-like”. As the article suggests, forms are probably best suited for views and...

    Question Conventional Wisdom

    Saturday, January 14, 2006 - 20:43 by Mike Milinkovich
    As already referenced by Bjorn and Ward , this article by John Mark Walters makes for some very interesting reading. I highly recommend it, and I am already looking forward to reading the next one in his series. The article has some interesting implications for Eclipse. I would venture to...