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Visual Editor for GWT [message #140112] Thu, 30 August 2007 21:02 Go to next message
Krishna Vedula is currently offline Krishna Vedula
Messages: 10
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
Hello All,
I am working on a GWT Studio plug-in that enables Google Web Toolkit project creation inside eclipse. I want to further that with a Visual Editor for GWT widgets. I have extended the Visual Class Wizard to create new GWT Composite classes and EntryPoint classes. But, I am having trouble creating EditorPart, BeanProxy and Decoder classes. Could someone provide an example of this. For a Label class, when I created the GraphicalEditPart (displaying a dra2d.Label), it displayed OK, but then I got some policy exceptions.

If Rich Kulp could provide an example of something like this, it would greatly benefit the entire forum. I am planning on taking all my lessons learned and creating a tutorial, and also post my code on sourceforge.

Thank you
Krishna
Re: Visual Editor for GWT [message #140225 is a reply to message #140112] Wed, 05 September 2007 21:27 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: Jim.Cooper.sas.com

Krishna Vedual wrote:
> Hello All,
> I am working on a GWT Studio plug-in that enables Google Web Toolkit project creation inside eclipse. I want to further that with a Visual Editor for GWT widgets. I have extended the Visual Class Wizard to create new GWT Composite classes and EntryPoint classes. But, I am having trouble creating EditorPart, BeanProxy and Decoder classes. Could someone provide an example of this. For a Label class, when I created the GraphicalEditPart (displaying a dra2d.Label), it displayed OK, but then I got some policy exceptions.
>
> If Rich Kulp could provide an example of something like this, it would greatly benefit the entire forum. I am planning on taking all my lessons learned and creating a tutorial, and also post my code on sourceforge.
>
> Thank you
> Krishna

I don't know if you're interested in this or not, but there's already a
GWT Studio plug-in:

http://www.cypal.in/studio

You could contribute to their project rather than creating your own, or
go on with creating your own, as you wish.
Re: Visual Editor for GWT [message #140292 is a reply to message #140112] Fri, 07 September 2007 20:12 Go to previous message
Philippe Ombredanne is currently offline Philippe Ombredanne
Messages: 386
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
"Krishna Vedual" <krishna.vedula@gmail.com> wrote in message
news:1278385509.18191188507780990.JavaMail.root@cp9.dzone.com...
> Hello All,
> I am working on a GWT Studio plug-in that enables Google Web Toolkit
project creation inside eclipse.
> I want to further that with a Visual Editor for GWT widgets.
> I have extended the Visual Class Wizard to create new GWT Composite
classes and EntryPoint classes.
> But, I am having trouble creating EditorPart, BeanProxy and Decoder
classes.
> Could someone provide an example of this.
> For a Label class, when I created the GraphicalEditPart (displaying a
dra2d.Label), it displayed OK,
> but then I got some policy exceptions.
This is awesome. One thing you could check is the examples available here:
:pserver:anonymous@dev.eclipse.org:/cvsroot/tools org.eclipse.ve.examples
(No guarantee on their freshness)

The help may be useful too:
http://help.eclipse.org/help32/index.jsp?topic=/org.eclipse. ve.doc/topics/tve_extending.html

> If Rich Kulp could provide an example of something like this, it would
greatly benefit the entire forum.
>I am planning on taking all my lessons learned and creating a tutorial, and
also post my code on sourceforge.
That would be great. Sourceforge could a first place, and you could also
submit it as an article @ eclipse.org that could be reviewed and published
there for maximum exposure.

--
Cheers, Philippe
http://EasyEclipse.org
Re: Visual Editor for GWT [message #616429 is a reply to message #140112] Wed, 05 September 2007 21:27 Go to previous message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: Jim.Cooper.sas.com

Krishna Vedual wrote:
> Hello All,
> I am working on a GWT Studio plug-in that enables Google Web Toolkit project creation inside eclipse. I want to further that with a Visual Editor for GWT widgets. I have extended the Visual Class Wizard to create new GWT Composite classes and EntryPoint classes. But, I am having trouble creating EditorPart, BeanProxy and Decoder classes. Could someone provide an example of this. For a Label class, when I created the GraphicalEditPart (displaying a dra2d.Label), it displayed OK, but then I got some policy exceptions.
>
> If Rich Kulp could provide an example of something like this, it would greatly benefit the entire forum. I am planning on taking all my lessons learned and creating a tutorial, and also post my code on sourceforge.
>
> Thank you
> Krishna

I don't know if you're interested in this or not, but there's already a
GWT Studio plug-in:

http://www.cypal.in/studio

You could contribute to their project rather than creating your own, or
go on with creating your own, as you wish.
Re: Visual Editor for GWT [message #616474 is a reply to message #140112] Fri, 07 September 2007 20:12 Go to previous message
Philippe Ombredanne is currently offline Philippe Ombredanne
Messages: 386
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
"Krishna Vedual" <krishna.vedula@gmail.com> wrote in message
news:1278385509.18191188507780990.JavaMail.root@cp9.dzone.com...
> Hello All,
> I am working on a GWT Studio plug-in that enables Google Web Toolkit
project creation inside eclipse.
> I want to further that with a Visual Editor for GWT widgets.
> I have extended the Visual Class Wizard to create new GWT Composite
classes and EntryPoint classes.
> But, I am having trouble creating EditorPart, BeanProxy and Decoder
classes.
> Could someone provide an example of this.
> For a Label class, when I created the GraphicalEditPart (displaying a
dra2d.Label), it displayed OK,
> but then I got some policy exceptions.
This is awesome. One thing you could check is the examples available here:
:pserver:anonymous@dev.eclipse.org:/cvsroot/tools org.eclipse.ve.examples
(No guarantee on their freshness)

The help may be useful too:
http://help.eclipse.org/help32/index.jsp?topic=/org.eclipse. ve.doc/topics/tve_extending.html

> If Rich Kulp could provide an example of something like this, it would
greatly benefit the entire forum.
>I am planning on taking all my lessons learned and creating a tutorial, and
also post my code on sourceforge.
That would be great. Sourceforge could a first place, and you could also
submit it as an article @ eclipse.org that could be reviewed and published
there for maximum exposure.

--
Cheers, Philippe
http://EasyEclipse.org
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