Adding tables or grids to an Eclipse application is quite hard work if you want to support more than only showing information. With the usage of Nebula NatTable you are able to do this in an easier way, with significantly less lines of code by getting a lot of grid functionality by simply using it. In this session, Dirk Fauth (BeOne Stuttgart GmbH) shows the main architecture of the NatTable widget. He explains how easy it can be used and integrated into your own eclipse application, comparing it with other current table widgets out there. Dirk also gives an overview of what is currently supported out of the box and what is planned for the NatTable in the future.
Diana Kupfer talks to Tamar Cohen, who works with NASA Ames’ Intelligent Robotics group.
The latest developments for EclipseSource’s RAP Mobile for Android are revealed in 0.5.3.
Eclipse’s latest project aims to help developers pick up new APIs with minimal hassle
Large data grid open source project proposed for Eclipse community.
PLUS, new JavaFX+Scala UI and NatTable 2.3.0 is final.
Part five of Ekkehard Gentz’s Indigo Highlights series focues on UI tooling.
The main theme of the Juno Release for us will be the support of web applications within Scout.
PLUS, after almost five years, Matthias Wessendorf leaves Oracle.
Apple’s Mike Swingler reveals what the first drop will look like.
PLUS, RIM announce a new open source web app development platform.
The second milestone of Eclipse 3.7 and 4.1 development streams, updates the way Eclipse manages p2 sites.
New implementation of the SWT Tree widget and three new API methods in the first milestone of RAP 1.4.
Style your apps without changing the application code!