Why you don’t have to suck at Eclipse plugins…

My friend and former colleague Juan R. Rodriguez from Everclear Technologies Inc. is offering a 4 day workshop on developing plugins and composite applications for Expeditor 6.2 – which is what Lotus Notes 8.5 is based on.  You can check out the agenda and labs below – you will get a very wide breath of coverage in the Eclipse and Expeditor platform with the principles of componentation and composites applied.  So if you want to impress Nathan or get hired by his team you might want to check out this workshop.

Workshop agenda

  • Workshop Overview
  • Composite Applications
  • OSGi Overview and Architecture
  • Eclipse architecture and the plug-in model, fragments and features, IDE and wizards
  • Expeditor Toolkit and Client for Desktops
  • Creating a Composite Application
  • Eclipse component development – SWT/JFace
  • Component collaboration with Property Broker
  • Fragments
  • Creating Features and Eclipse Update Site
  • Composite Application Editor
  • Integrating existing applications as components
  • Integrating browsers as components to access web applications
  • Browser container components with collaboration
  • Eclipse MVC Programming Design Pattern
  • OSGi and the Event Admin Service
  • Branding applications
  • Personalities
  • Extending the default personality
  • Preferences
  • Integrating AWT/Swing applications
  • Q & A

Workshop hands-on sessions

This hands-on workshop includes the following lab sessions to illustrate how to develop eclipse components and understand what tools can be used to build composite applications:

  • Lab 1 – Hello World and building a composite application
  • Lab 2 – Develop eclipse components using Eclipse IDE
  • Lab 3 – Component collaboration with Property Broker
  • Lab 4 – Creating Fragments
  • Lab 5 – Publishing an Eclipse Update Site
  • Lab 6 – Using the Composite Application Editor
  • Lab 7 – Integrating documents
  • Lab 8 – Integrating web browsers as components
  • Lab 9 – Web browser container
  • Lab 10 – Eclipse MVC Programming
  • Lab 11 – Cooperating components using OSGi Event Admin
  • Lab 12 – Branding your application
  • Lab 13 – Personalities
  • Lab 14 – Extending the default personality
  • Lab 15 – Using eclipse preferences in composite applications

2 thoughts on “Why you don’t have to suck at Eclipse plugins…

  1. Great workshop for developing with eclipse.
    You should also try online IDE like coderun.com.
    It allow you to develop projects online and share it with other people.

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