Eclipse Rich Client

-Eclipse architecture
Software components
Configuration files (plugin.xml, MANIFEST.MF)
Extensions and extension points
Important user interface components

-Deployment of an Eclipse product
Product configuration file
Feature projects
Branding and product export
Run configuration
Problem analysis during export

-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

-Commands, Handlers, Menus and Toolbars
Contributing to the menu and the toolbar
Handling of popup menus
Scope of handlers and core expressions
Defining keybindings

-Scope of injection
Injection search strategy
Creation of injectable objects
Model elements and dependency injection

-Modularity of the Eclipse platform with OSGi
Plug-ins and bundles
Definition of dependencies between plug-ins
Fragment projects
Overview Equinox
OSGi framework start configuration
OSGi console

-OSGi services
Services and service registry
Publishing services via OSGi declarative services
Usage of services in Eclipse 4
Auto-start and start level

User interface development with SWT
Overview Standard Widget Toolkit
SWT event handling
SWT layout manager: FillLayout, RowLayout and GridLayout
User interface builder: SWT Designer
Custom widgets and Nebula widgets

-Introduction JFace
Overview JFace components
SWT resource management
Control decorations for user feedback
Introduction into the Viewer framework (LabelProvider, ContentProvider, ComboViewer)
Handling Viewer selection

-JFace TableViewer and TreeViewer
ColumnLabelProvider and CellLabelProvider
Editable tables
Sorting, filtering, layouts and own label provider

-Dialog and Wizards
SWT standard dialogs
JFace Dialogs
JFace Wizards

-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

-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

-Internationalization (i18n)
Adding support for multiple languages
Usage of fragment projects
Outlook: translation services in Eclipse 4

-Concurrent UIs
SWT threading
Avoiding invalid thread access
Asynchronous processing with the Eclipse API

-JFace Data Binding
Introduction into databinding
Observing properties
Conversion, validation and update strategies
Databinding for JFace Viewers
Master / detail bindings

-Updates with Eclipse p2
Overview: the p2 provisioning platform
Creating p2 update sides
Using the p2 API
Updating products and features
Automatic product updates during startup

-Target Platform
Definition of development components
Creation of target platform definitions

-Headless builds with Tycho
Introduction into Maven and Tycho
Building plug-ins, features and products with Maven Tycho
Creating update sites with Tycho

-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

-Creating and evaluating extension points
Eclipse extensions and extension points
Accessing existing extensions
Creating and evaluating a new extension point

-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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