Welcome to redView
redView 1.0.0 (Helios SR1) available :) … see here HowTo install.
Using redView its very comfortable to design UI, because redView provides a SWT WYSIWYG editor: the UI Designer can use Drag’n’Drop, the Outline View or the Properties View. Copy / Paste with Undo functionality makes it easy to correct a mistake.
redView UI is based on EMF Models – these models can be generated using red-open Software Manufactory.
At Runtime the Business Views are rendered dynamically and Design changes can be pushed live into running (Riena) – RCP Applications using EMFStore.
redView is also a great tool for Prototyping: Developer, Designer and Business User can work distributed on the same models.
Another use-case of redView is testing webservices in a generated (Riena) – RCP Application.
redView is simple to use: combine it with your own UI –> a redView Factory gives you a component rendered dynamically at runtime.
redView uses Eclipse RT Technology: OSGI Framework and Declarative Services (DS) from Equinox, Ridgets from Eclipse Riena, …
redView and red-open support Eclipse RT: Eclipse Riena RCP Applications with UI and Navigation, Riena Remote Services, … all can be generated.
open-erp-ware as reference-implementation of redView enhances functionality with some business components: localizing (labels, enums, …), lookup, search, navigation, CRUD UI and more.
see also → http://sourceforge.net/projects/redview/
and at eclipseLabs:
redView will be presented at Eclipse Summit Europe
redView will be presented at some Eclipse Demo Camps November 2010
- Vienna (2010-11-??)
redView was presented at some Eclipse Demo Camps Helios 2010
redView at SEACON (2010-06-28 .. 2010-06-29):
redView was part of the “Enterprise Eclipse Day” at JAX 2010:
redView was presented at EclipseCon 2010:
redView was presented at some Eclipse Demo Camps November 2009
BOF at W-JAX, Munich (2009-11-11) “Was man mit Eclipse EMF alles machen kann: Business UIs modellgetrieben” (What’s possible with Eclipse EMF: model-driven Business UI)
redView was also presented at Open Stage (2009-11-16 16:35 – 17:05) of Open Source Expo :
In the meantime you can follow @ekkescorner at twitter or take a look at ekkescorner.wordpress.com.
redView License: EPL (Eclipse Public License)
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