|Comprehensive E4 Application example [message #1010612]
||Sun, 17 February 2013 21:16
| Thomas Fischer
Registered: February 2013
I'm evaluating E4 at the moment regarding the possibility to base a re-write of some software on it. I've worked through a lot of the tutorials I've found across the net and I've made quite some progress with those, but what I haven'nt been able to uncover was some comprehensive example project that demonstrates how the concepts those tutorials teach are supposed to work together "in the wild".
What I'm looking for is a project that is pretty much pure-E4 (If I do it, I want to do it right from the beginning), that has some actual real-world functionality, i.e. isn't a purely theoretical demonstrator, but that isn't so huge either that I have to spend days just trying to work out what goes where.
Can anyone recommend a good project to look at?
Yes, I've thought about looking at the Eclipe Project, but that is on the one hand much too large and on the other hand hardly a good demonstrator on grounds-up E4 design.
|Re: Comprehensive E4 Application example [message #1011441 is a reply to message #1011416]
||Tue, 19 February 2013 15:00
| Thomas Schindl
Registered: July 2009
I'm working on a medium sized real world app but this application uses
JavaFX but beside that you can probably learn many things from it about
e4, di, application structuring, services, ... - or you come to the
darkside and ditch SWT in favor of ;-)
I've just started working on it, so things are still a bit in the flux.
The idea is to have a small social coding IDE which integrates (Git,
Bitbucket, Stackoverflow, CI-Server, ...).
You can find my code at https://bitbucket.org/tschindl/bitbucketmgr
Am 19.02.13 15:42, schrieb Sopot Cela:
> Unfortunately most of what I know are not open source or worse are
> internal to some company. I've built a functional client for the mqtt
> protocol in https://github.com/scela/org.eclipse.e4.paho.client just for
> the fun of it. It may not be some super-uber enterprise app but I've
> used some e4 goodies there IIRC. Maybe it helps. There's a discussion
> about this client here also
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