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  • Spring Rich Client: A Journey/Tutorial

    Hi all,

    First post, hi and all that

    I thought that it was high time that I learnt all about this Spring Rich Client business, as I've been following the project for six months and even looked at an XML file in CVS once or twice.

    Now a project's come up that requires me to learn Rich Client, I searched for a tutorial and found nothing. So I decided to write down my experiences and hopefully it might help someone further down the road.

    Check out my (brand new) blog at http://pa.rsons.org if you are interested.

    Regards
    Chris

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    Chris Parsons
    Eden Development

  • #2
    Excellent idea!

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    • #3
      GERMAN Tutorial

      Hi,

      on this way I can post my german introduction to Spring RCP. It was a practica on the university that I finished in October 2005. There are some samples that demonstrates the usage of Spring RCP. Note that in the meantime there are some changes in the API (e.g. Master/Detail). Hope this helps

      http://www.schatten.info/lehre/thesi...t.html?id=pra5
      pdf: http://www.schatten.info/lehre/diplo..._springrcp.pdf

      greetings markus

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      • #4
        "Session Two: Hello, world!" is now up: http://pa.rsons.org/node/5

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        • #5
          Session Three: How did that work then? is now up at http://pa.rsons.org/node/10.

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          • #6
            Session Four: Beans, shmeans and services is up at http://pa.rsons.org/node/11

            I raise a question about the need for ApplicationServices there... if anyone's got any useful info, please feel free to comment.

            Cheers
            Chris

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            • #7
              Hi,

              It's great to see you building a set of articles around spring rcp. I've not yet read them all, but will do if I find the time.

              One thingy: could you link your articles to the rcp confluence wiki and back? Just to make more publicity for both ends and assemble all info in one place. There's an article document ready for this purpose, feel free to mention your articles there.

              http://opensource2.atlassian.com/con...splay/RCP/Home

              Kind regards,
              Jan

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              • #8
                Thanks

                Hi, I am new on this forum, since I have only recently heared about the Spring Rich Client.

                However I felt I needed to thank you, since the articles you made will definitly help me out in learning this framework for the Rich Client applications

                Thanks to you and everyone

                regards,
                sim085

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                • #9
                  Hi Jan

                  Thanks for the encouragement! I'll do my best to sort out links to the wiki.

                  Chris

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by jh@schaubroeck.be
                    Hi,

                    It's great to see you building a set of articles around spring rcp. I've not yet read them all, but will do if I find the time.

                    One thingy: could you link your articles to the rcp confluence wiki and back? Just to make more publicity for both ends and assemble all info in one place. There's an article document ready for this purpose, feel free to mention your articles there.

                    http://opensource2.atlassian.com/con...splay/RCP/Home

                    Kind regards,
                    Jan
                    Hi there,

                    Looks like I need to be logged into the wiki to do this... I've looked over the site but I can't see a way of registering. Do I have to request authorship?

                    Chris
                    Last edited by ChrisMDP; Jan 31st, 2006, 08:47 AM.

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                    • #11
                      You need a login/pass to edit the pages. The wiki works with the same credentials as the issue tracker. So signup at the jira:

                      http://opensource2.atlassian.com/pro...Dashboard.jspa

                      and then you should be able to edit the wiki with the same login/pass.

                      Jan

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                      • #12
                        Hi Jan

                        Someone left a comment on my site to let me know that ... Thanks anyway! Perhaps someone should edit an obvious page and let people know that's how it works...?

                        Chris

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                        • #13
                          I did. My pleasure. Did not mean to be anonymous. Just gotten used to the auto-signature in most forums ;-)

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                          • #14
                            Session Five: Applications, windows, views is now up at: http://pa.rsons.org/node/13.

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                            • #15
                              Session Six: The View is now up at: http://pa.rsons.org/node/14.

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