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ECE

Dynamic Web-Applications with OSGi and RAP

in ECE, ECE2011, Video, Eclipse
Eclipse

RAP is known as a Web framework for Eclipse applications, able to bring complex RCP UIs into the browser. But its leightweight and powerful Java-only widget toolkit layer is now also available for other types of OSGi-based applications.

In the latest version, RAP provides an OSGi service that allows to configure and start RAP applications programmatically. With this new service, RAP is able to run on any standard OSGi implementation. It is also possible to start different RAP instances in parallel and bind them to selected HTTP services.

In this talk we will give a brief overview of the RWT OSGi integration and show you how to use the new API in your dynamic web applications.

Event: 
ECE2011
Speaker: 
Ralf Sternberg

All About Virgo

in ECE, ECE2011, Video, Eclipse
Eclipse

An introduction to Virgo 3.0 (http://www.eclipse.org/virgo/), an open source application server from EclipseRT. Virgo is a completely modular OSGi based, standards compliant, Java enterprise application server. Learn how Virgo supports modular application at development, deployment and management time. Demos will show our modular Web tool, Snaps and some of the new features in 3.0, together with the just contributed tooling for Virgo, providing first-class IDE support for the virgo environment including Bundlor, PAR projects and easy-to-use deployment and management of a Virgo server from within the Eclipse IDE.

Event: 
ECE2011
Speaker: 
Christopher Frost
Martin Lippert

Has it really been 10 years?

in ECE, ECE2011, Video, Eclipse
Eclipse

Eclipse is many things. An extensibility architecture. A Java IDE. An open source community. When Eclipse 1.0 was released on November 7, 2001 it was just another open source project with an uncertain future. What mistakes were made? What surprises did we discover along the way? In this talk Kim and John will take a look back to those early days, share anecdotes, and discuss how the Eclipse community, architecture and governance has evolved in the ensuing 10 years.

 

Event: 
ECE2011
Speaker: 
Kim Moir
John Kellerman

How to improve the performance of your eclipse based application

in ECE, ECE2011, EMF, Video, Eclipse
Eclipse

 

Bonita Studio* is a widely used application based on Eclipse RCP. In this talk, we will share some specific examples of the application of Eclipse Tools we are using to improve memory usage and increase overall execution speed of our RCP application, which we think can be more widely used in the Eclipse community.

We will show how MAT, TPTP and Sleak help us to spot, fix and improve performance issues due to:
- duplicated libs in programmatically deployed war on a Jetty server;
- memory leaks in SVG Figure;
- time wasted loading due to repeated loading of EMF resources;
- time wasted at startup (optimization needed);
- inefficient refresh of the workspace;
- system handles for memory leaks.

We will explain the solutions we considered and dropped, as well as those we chose and what we contributed back to the community.

Event: 
ECE2011
Speaker: 
Aurelien Pupier