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  • Features of Spring RCP

    Hi together,

    actually I want do my first steps with Spring RCP. But the HP doesn't give me all informations I need.
    The following things I want to know:

    - what are the features of Spring RCP
    - can I only use the plain Spring RCP library, and what are the features of them
    - for which features I need additional librarys
    - is Spring RCP an official Spring project (I dont find any literature about it)

    Thank you all

  • #2
    I would point you to the latest doc which is a good feature overview, but actually this is down.

    Please see here for an equivalent:
    http://www.core-dump.ch/stuff/spring...ual/index.html
    (taken from http://forum.springsource.org/showthread.php?t=77659)

    And here for more infos:
    http://karussell.wordpress.com/2009/...-client-links/

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    • #3
      I rethought about my answer. Here more details:

      > what are the features of Spring RCP

      It provides all you need for a RIA: I18N, forms (date, text, number, ...), layout, validation, window-docking, beans-binding, master details stuff, tables, background treads, IOC, ...

      except two things I am missing:

      1. plugin architecture. which could be partially solved via this: http://karussell.wordpress.com/2009/...g-rich-client/ But I feel that a true plugin architecture would require to rewrite spring rc from scratch

      2. database communication support for 3 tier projects. You have to implement your own or use cayenne

      > can I only use the plain Spring RCP library, and what are the features of them

      you have to use the core and could enhance the core with window-docking etc

      > is Spring RCP an official Spring project (I dont find any literature about it)

      it is not really, I fear very few companies requires Swing RIAs for their enterprise :-(

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