This talk will present participants with both aspects of Jubula’s personality: Dr Jekyll: writing tests with the Jubula actions in the ITE; Mr Hyde: writing Jubula tests in Jav
Gunnar Wagenknecht introduces the Eclipse Bundle Recipes project, explaining how to turn a library from Maven into an OSGi bundle, and how to deploy recipes and build systems to a local environment.
Maximilian Koegel introduces Edapt, describing its basic features and demonstrating how it can be used for migrating models in real life applications.
Thomas Schindl presents new tooling features in e(fx)clipse 1.0, runtime APIs and components such as the Code Editor and 3D Viewer, and tooling APIs that can be used in other IDE plug-ins.
Ivan Inozemtsev discusses the automated testing difficulties of an Eclipse-based application’s UI, introducing the RCP Testing Tool, how it helps and how it is implemented underneath.
Martin Lippert and John Arthorne demo the creation of a cloud service with Flux, connecting it to a running Flux environment, and implement some basic features for a sample language.
Hans Dockter, Etienne Studer present an Eclipse plug-in for Gradle, demonstrating the integration between Eclipse and Gradle.
Arun Gupta explains how to do Java EE 7 development with Eclipse, leveraging the new APIs - WebSocket, Batch, JSON Processing, and Concurrency Utilities.
Maximilian Koegel introduces declarative UI modeling, the EMF Forms framework and its tooling to create view models, sharing from his experience applying the concept to commercial projects.
Olaf Weinmann, Alexander Edelmann introduce the Vorto project, an approach to leverage the standardization of Information Models, providing a few examples for code generators.
Tony McCrary discusses HiDPI's impact on Eclipse software development, how to get the best performance on HiDPI devices, and what can be done to support HiDPI in the Eclipse platform and SWT.