Tigerstripe Tutorial

This tutorial introduces all major tasks involved with the design of a new Tigerstripe Interface. If you are unfamiliar with Eclipse, it is recommended that you spend a little time familiarizing yourself with some of the key Eclipse concepts.

This tutorial assumes that you have correctly installed Tigerstripe Workbench. For more information about installing Tigerstripe Workbench, refer to Tigerstripe Workbench Installation. The focus of this tutorial is using Tigerstripe Workbench to capture a data model and generate an API specification. This tutorial is not intended as a guide to data modeling; that topic is a much broader subject than can be covered here.

The following concepts are covered in this tutorial:

Complete the following procedure to change your Tigerstripe Perspective.

To change your perspective:

  1. In Eclipse, click Window and select Open Perspective. Depending on your Eclipse configuration a list of perspectives will display.
  2. Select Other. The Open Perspective dialog box opens.
  3. Select Tigerstripe from the list of perspectives and click OK.

Your new Tigerstripe Perspective opens. The main components of a Tigerstripe Perspective are:

For more information about the Tigerstripe Perspective, refer to Tigerstripe Workbench Perspective.

Related Topics

Creating a New Project
Documenting your Project
Creating a Service End-point Model
Adding a Method to your Facade Model
Creating a Service Definition
Reviewing the Generated Code
Enhancing your Model

Creating a new project

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