“Get an introduction to the embedded Rich Client Platform. Learn about the various components that make up eRCP and get some examples on how to use them in your applications. The embedded Rich Client Platform came about as a way to bring the advancements of the Eclipse Rich Client Platform and apply it to the embedded space. The eRCP is made up of the following components: Standard Widget Toolkit, eJFace, eWorkbench, and eUpdate. We will discuss each of these components and use code examples where appropriate.”
Explore Eclipse’s Embedded Rich Client Platform
Submitted by Chris Aniszczyk 2006-03-26 General Development 1 Comment
I have tried both eclipse as well as sun’s own netbeans. And I find netbeans to be better in terms of ease of use than eclipse. True, you can have GUI drag and drop functionality in eclipse through plugins but adding plugins (in my experience) have been a pain in the a**. I find netbeans out of the box inclusion of GUI editor a great plus point for java development.