The Eclipse member companies are offering a series of training classes. This is your opportunity to learn Eclipse techniques, tips and tricks from experts. The instructor-led training courses will be held from Oct 21, 2013 to Nov 30, 2013 and feature classes on Eclipse Rich Client Platform (RCP), Eclipse4 RCP, Eclipse BIRT, Building OSGI/RCP applications with Maven/Tycho and Modeling Technologies. Classes are available in various languages, such as English, French, German, Dutch, Spanish, and Italian.
To register, choose a course below and click on a city near you.
Eclipse BIRT (Business Intelligence and Reporting Tool) is THE Open Source Eclipse reporting solution. Using Eclipse plugin extensions, interactive reports are conveniently generated with a WYSIWYG editor.
The tool's Viewer Engine can be easily integrated into an Eclipse application (RCP or web server) and reports may be generated and exported in various formats like HTML, PDF, XLS, PPT or DOC. This training explores the potential of the BIRT technology both in theoretical and practical episodes.
The goal of this training is to introduce design tool and basic reporting concepts and to give participants the ability to create reports that range from simple listing reports to complex reports using grouping, report parameters, multiple master pages, hyperlinks and data from a variety of data source types. By the end of this training, students have mastered the skills to create a wide variety of reports, simple and sophisticated, using the graphical tools of BIRT Report Designer.
|Nov 27||Basic||Nieuwegein||Dutch/English||Industrial TSI||Register|
The Developing with RCP course will help you understand how to implement your own application based on Eclipse RCP. It will explain the core frameworks in Eclipse, the plug-in architecture, extension points, and scenarios for building on the common configurations of Eclipse technology. Participants will begin working with simple examples, which will become more complex as the course progresses.
|Oct 21||Rome||Italian||RCP Vision||Register|
|Oct 22||Milan||Italian||RCP Vision||Register|
The Eclipse 4 RCP application development course will help you understand how to implement your own application based on the Eclipse 4 platform. The Eclipse 4 release significantly changes the programming model for Eclipse RCP development. The course explains the existing core frameworks in Eclipse, e.g. SWT, databinding, plug-in architecture, extension point, etc. as well as the new Eclipse 4 platform concepts, e.g. dependency injection, declarative styling, service consumption, the application model, the rendering framework, etc. This course also covers application lifecycle questions, like application updates and headless builds. Participants will create a complete standalone application to familiarizing themselves with the different concepts.
|Nov 04||Brussels||Dutch/English||Industrial TSI||Register|
|Nov 04||Rome||Italian||RCP Vision||Register|
|Nov 11||Milan||Italian||RCP Vision||Register|
|Nov 18||Nieuwegein||Dutch/English||Industrial TSI||Register|
|Nov 25||Hamburg||English||Lars Vogel||Register|
The “building OSGi and RCP applications with Maven / Tycho” training will teach you how to build bundles, features, products, p2 repositories, ... in a fully automated way using Tycho, a Maven-based build system from the Eclipse ecosystem. After having taken you from introduction to all the good practices to follow in production, the course will conclude with how Tycho integrates with continuous integration.
|Nov 29||Nieuwegein||Dutch /English||Industrial TSI||Register|
The modeling class consists of 3 components: Eclipse Modeling Framework (EMF), Graphical Editor Framework (GEF) and Graphical Modeling Framework (GMF).
EMF is a modeling framework and code generation facility for building tools and other applications based on a structured data model. From a model specification described in XMI, EMF provides tools and runtime support to produce a set of Java classes for the model, a set of adapter classes that enable viewing and command-based editing of the model and a basic editor. Models can be specified using annotated Java, XML documents or modeling tools like Rational Rose, then imported into EMF. Most important of all, EMF provides the foundation for interoperability with other EMF-based tools and applications. The course will cover advanced concepts in developing Eclipse plug-ins using EMF.
GEF provides a foundation for building rich, interactive user interfaces, which are not easily built using native widgets found in the base Eclipse platform. GEF is based on MVC architecture. Every GEF-based application uses a model to represent the state of the diagrams being created and edited. The course will cover advanced concepts in developing Eclipse plug-ins using GEF.
GMF provides a generative component and runtime infrastructure for developing graphical editors based on EMF and GEF. The course will give an overview about its concepts and interaction. You will practice GMF-use and learn about GMF prospects in real world projects.
|Nov 18||Rome||Italian||RCP Vision||Register|
|Nov 25||Milan||Italian||RCP Vision||Register|
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