Difference between revisions of "E4/DeclarativeUI/SWTXML"

From Eclipsepedia

Jump to: navigation, search
(Purpose)
(Description)
 
Line 20: Line 20:
 
== Description ==
 
== Description ==
  
See [http://code.google.com/p/swtxml/wiki/DeveloperGuide Developer guide, markup syntax] for a full summary. Maybe you can use some language/feature ideas.
+
See [http://code.google.com/p/swtxml/wiki/DeveloperGuide Developer guide] for a full description. Maybe you can use some language/feature ideas.
  
 
It provides a very clean and easy markup syntax for construction of SWT user interfaces using XML markup. The language is directly derived from inspecting the SWT library. An extension to the Web Tools XML editor is provided to provide developers with code completion and instant preview. Parser implementation is as simple as possible, well-tested and stable. Support for own markup extensions is missing at the moment and to be provided in future versions.
 
It provides a very clean and easy markup syntax for construction of SWT user interfaces using XML markup. The language is directly derived from inspecting the SWT library. An extension to the Web Tools XML editor is provided to provide developers with code completion and instant preview. Parser implementation is as simple as possible, well-tested and stable. Support for own markup extensions is missing at the moment and to be provided in future versions.

Latest revision as of 18:01, 31 March 2009

Contents

[edit] Name of Technology

SWT/XML

[edit] Purpose

Lightweight XML markup language for describing Eclipse SWT / RCP user interfaces. It includes an Eclipse Web Tools based IDE editor plug-in.

See also:

[edit] Contact

Ralf Ebert web email

[edit] Committers

Ralf Ebert, active

[edit] Current License

EPL, minor parts Apache License 2.0

[edit] Description

See Developer guide for a full description. Maybe you can use some language/feature ideas.

It provides a very clean and easy markup syntax for construction of SWT user interfaces using XML markup. The language is directly derived from inspecting the SWT library. An extension to the Web Tools XML editor is provided to provide developers with code completion and instant preview. Parser implementation is as simple as possible, well-tested and stable. Support for own markup extensions is missing at the moment and to be provided in future versions.