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Meine Rückblick auf 2015 bei Jaxenter

Meine Beiträge zu "Entwickler blicken zurück auf 2015", Teile 1 – 5: https://jaxenter.de/10-geheimtipps-sprachen-tools-frameworks-32420 https://jaxenter.de/gadgets-2015-32471 https://jaxenter.de/software-projekte-die-2015-enttaeuscht-haben-32479 https://jaxenter.de/10-technologien-mit-denen-sie-sich-2016-befassen-sollten-32491 https://jaxenter.de/java-9-verschoben-was-entwickler-wirklich-darueber-denken-32505

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When to use WizardPageSupport: probably never (#Eclipse #JFace)

Admitted, what Lars Vogel shows in his tutorial looks tempting: Provide neat error messages in Eclipse Wizards using data binding.  But as so often (unfortunately), the code is half-baked, and therefore barely usable.  Data Binding works fine, but Validation, as described, sucks. In this particular case, WizardPageSupport works well if you have Widgets that can…

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Running Rodin 1.1 with Ubuntu 9.10

I had a few issues getting Rodin 1.1 to work properly after Updating Ubuntu to 9.10.  The main issue is the HTML-Viewer that Eclipse uses.  It wraps Firefox/xulrunner in an SWT-Control.  Unfortunately, Firefox 3.5 (xulrunner 1.9.1) is incompatible with Eclipse 3.4, on which Rodin is based. To work around this problem, you need to install…

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Building a GWT app that is an Eclipse Plug-In

For my own reference: Create a new GWT-Project Give it a standard Plug-In name (e.g. de.jastram.gwtexample) Give the Project the Plug-In Nature (Right-click on Project > Configure > Convert to Plug-in Projects…) Add Dependency to de.jastram.jettyrunner Add Extension de.jastram.jettyrunner.warrunner Add a war-element That’s it – don’t forget to compile.