|Re: RAP design in e4 [message #139655 is a reply to message #139525]
||Tue, 07 July 2009 17:11
| Rüdiger Herrmann
Registered: July 2009
in e4 there is SWT/BE (Browser Edition) that provides SWT that is
compiled to ActionScript, thus similar to GWT in that it runs
entirely in the browser. However, developments seems to be
The first experiments of e4 running on RAP can be found here:
Mario Whitaker wrote:
> Dear RAP developers!
> Please be so kind to help me grasp the basic ideas how RAP is designed
> to work with e4.
> As I understand, e4 supports rich internet applications with the help of
> Adobe Flex. Will an e4 RIA run as a single Actionscript application (as
> (application logic on the server, only components running as Flash
> widgets on the client)?
> One of the big advantages of RAP compared to GWT is that only RAP
> developers need not share the application logic with their users. I hope
> this separation is implemented in e4, too.
> On http://wiki.eclipse.org/E4 I have not found a document that helps me
> understand how RIAs in e4 are designed, especially with respect to RAP.
> Please tell me, where I can find a short, non-Flex-expert overview of
> the design?
> The most important question right now is: Can I already test RAP in e4
> today without lots of hacking? If so, please name the steps for a simple
> I'll be extremely grateful!
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