Moderate Activity
17
I Use This!

News

Analyzed 5 days ago. based on code collected 5 days ago.
Posted about 1 month ago by Ivan Furnadjiev
With the release of Eclipse Neon, we are proud to announce that RAP 3.1 is released and available for download. Incidentally, just yesterday RAP celebrated its 10th birthday since creation review! We’d like to take this opportunity to thank our users, committers and contributors, without whom this technology would not be what it is. On to [...]
Posted 6 months ago by Ralf Sternberg
Some time ago we’ve created a draft for a Chart widget for RAP, based on the famous D3.js. Together with one of our partners, we decided to carry this work forward and make it available in the RAP Incubator. D3 is a very flexible framework to turn data into dynamic charts. Looking at their examples, [...]
Posted 6 months ago by Ralf Sternberg
When you need rich text editing in a RAP application, things are getting easier. You may know that there is a RichText component in the RAP Incubator. It’s around for a long time and we found it’s time for this component to graduate. Interestingly, the Nebula project also provides a RichText editor for SWT, that [...]
Posted 7 months ago by Ivan Furnadjiev
This is a quick look at the new features in RAP 3.1 M4, which has been available for download since last week. Transformation Support for Canvas The Canvas’ GraphicsContext now implements the setTransform method: Transformation support became ... [More] possible as a consequence of dropping support for older IE versions in RAP 3.0 earlier this year. Column [...] [Less]
Posted 9 months ago by Jochen Krause
Eclipse RAP is well-known for enabling the migration of complex RCP applications to the web, and providing a sustainable single sourcing paradigm. It’s been delivering on these promises for the past decade. 4 years ago we decided to also cater mobile ... [More] platforms. We came to the conclusion that only native widgets can deliver excellent usability and created a new [...] [Less]
Posted 9 months ago by Rahul Chandrashekar
  This post is an example of how a complex RCP application can be easily adapted for the web by single sourcing it with RAP. Bosch India has single-sourced its desktop product iCTeam with RAP in order to provide end customers with easy web access and a consistent experience across desktop and web. As a [...]
Posted 10 months ago by Ralf Sternberg
Some languages, such as Arabic and Hebrew, are written from right to left. The different reading direction not only affects texts, but most UI elements. Preparing software for use in those languages obviously requires a lot more work than just ... [More] translating texts. We’re currently adding right-to-left (a.k.a. “RTL”) support in RAP. For example, if you check [...] [Less]
Posted about 1 year ago by Ralf Sternberg
This week, the third major version of RAP, the Eclipse Remote Application Platform, has been released. As a major release, RAP 3.0 cleaned up deprecated API, allowing us to change and to optimize internals. I’m happy to report that we achieved a significant performance boost compared to 2.3. Before I go into details, let’s look [...]
Posted about 1 year ago by Tim Buschtöns
It’s good to be back. After using half-year release cycles for the RAP 2.x versions, taking a full year for RAP 3.0 felt eerily long. On the other hand I think it was exactly the time we needed to create a release that we can be proud of. While there was some debate the last [...]
Posted about 1 year ago by Ralf Sternberg
Today, the RAP project delivers the final milestone build on the way to RAP 3.0. With this new major release, we clean up deprecated API, include some new components, optimize performance and modernize the framework to make it ready for 2015. With the new support for re-parenting, RAP can now better support the E4 workbench [...]