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  • ChrisMDP
    started a topic Spring Rich Client: A Journey/Tutorial

    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

    - - - - - - -
    Chris Parsons
    Eden Development

  • lstreepy
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    Originally posted by Demo
    I've already sent it to larry, but no reply. A good idea to merge these two tutorials. Perhaps we could enhance the simple sample of larry with the master/detail component and then customize this tutorial on this sample.
    Sorry about not replying to your earlier private message Markus, life has been a touch crazy lately.

    I initially didn't use the master/detail forms in the simple sample because they are in the sandbox and I wanted to focus on the main components of the framework. But, given a little bit of time, I want to move them to the core, so it might be reasonable to add their use to the sample application.

    Larry.

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  • ChrisMDP
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    Hi Markus,

    I'm happy to host this for you if you like, or remove it from the site if you prefer - if you want a change, just say the word.

    Regards
    Chris

    http://pa.rsons.org

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  • Demo
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    I've already sent it to larry, but no reply. A good idea to merge these two tutorials. Perhaps we could enhance the simple sample of larry with the master/detail component and then customize this tutorial on this sample.

    what do you think larry and ge0ffrey?

    On this I also want to ask, how to become a member of the Spring RCP project/team? I'm very interested to support the project in form of articles, tutorials, coding and the like. I think the documentation and small code examples of how to use some features of the framework are one of the most important things, wheter a developer choose a framework or not.

    see you
    markus

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  • ge0ffrey
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    The pdf tutorial about master/detail looks interesting.
    Larry already wrote a big tutorial on the wiki too.

    Maybe we can merge both into an apt with png files so we can put it in the user guide on the site?
    Why apt files? Because then they would fit into the generated site:
    - site menu on the left
    - entire site can be pdf'ed
    - the docs would be in subversion and well-formed patches can be supplied to improve them
    - apt writes very fast

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  • Demo
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    Master/Detail Tutorial

    Hi,

    i think the better place for my written tutorial
    http://pa.rsons.org/node/21

    about the master/detail component would be on the http://spring-rich-c.sourceforge.net...userGuide.html or arcticle site. What do you think?

    markus

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  • ChrisMDP
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    Session Eight: Such a bind is now up at: http://pa.rsons.org/node/18.

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  • ChrisMDP
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    Session Seven: Beating the Command Framework into Submission is up at http://pa.rsons.org/node/17.

    Bit of a delay with this one; got distracted by "real work". Annoying, huh.

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

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

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

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  • ChrisMDP
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    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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  • jh@schaubroeck.be
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    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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  • ChrisMDP
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    Originally posted by [email protected]
    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, 07:47 AM.

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  • ChrisMDP
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    Hi Jan

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

    Chris

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