Eclipse DemoCamps Mars 2015/Stuttgart
Room Hörsaal 38.03
Date and Time
Wednesday, July 1st, 2015
This DemoCamp will be sponsored by itemis AG.
itemis AG is an Eclipse strategic member and the leading company for model-driven software development.
This DemoCamp is co-sponsored by infos Stuttgart.
The Informatik-Forum Stuttgart promotes the Computer Science Department of the University of Stuttgart. The primary objective is to bring forward the computer science and to support young scientists as well as to facilitate the establishment and development of relations between science and industry with emphasis in the Stuttgart region.
Please contact Niko Stotz if your company is willing to co-sponsor this event.
Please contact Niko Stotz if you would like to present at this event. We plan 20 minutes per demo.
The language of presentation will be English.
|17:55||Eclipse Scout: What's new with Mars||Matthias Zimmermann, BSI Business Systems Integration AG||
Eclipse Scout is an application framework that helps to build business applications efficiently. With the Eclipse Mars release, Scout comes with consolidated support to modularize business applications along feature groups that are relevant to the business. In addition, the different modules may be implemented against a shared binary core that implements common functionality and cross cutting features.
In this talk we explain and motivate the usage of independent business modules (slices) and then demo the features of adding such slices to an existing core application. At the end of the talk we also provide a brief outlook of the Scout Neon release that is already in development.
|18:20||Maven Tycho in practice||Martin Schreiber, Bachmann electronic||Bachmann electronic develops Eclipse based tools for configuring and programming its logic controllers. The build environment for these tools is based on Jenkins and Maven Tycho. We will present the build process from the plugin to the installable product including our solution for working with multiple branches.|
|18:45||CloudScale Method for Analysing Scalability, Elasticity and Effieciency Engineering||Jinying Yu, TU Chemnitz||The EU FP7 project CloudScale has developed methods for analysing the scalability, elasticity and efficiency of traditional and cloud-based systems via models and their simulation at system design time. In this demo, I’ll guide you through how to use the Analyser, CloudScale's tool for scalability engineering. I will illustrate how to detect and resolve scalability issues on a model level.|
with soft drinks & snacks
|19:30||Interpreting Xtend: How to do it and why||Marco Eilers, itemis AG||
Xtend is a language well-known in the Eclipse space which compiles to readable Java source code and is often used in conjunction with Java. Since it makes use of the Xbase expression language, it is relatively straightforward to develop an interpreter for it.
I will present some of the unique challenges an Xtend interpreter has handle which result from typical Xtend code's close integration with Java code. Subsequently, I will demonstrate some use cases for which an Xtend interpreter can be and is being used, including a tracing framework for model transformations.
|19:55||Xtext for other platforms – Integration in IntelliJ IDEA and web applications||Miro Spönemann, itemis AG||Xtext is a language development tool that integrates text editors for your DSLs within the Eclipse IDE, offering a rich set of features such as syntax highlighting, content assist, navigation, code generation, and much more. However, in some projects it is not feasible to use Eclipse to access the DSLs, but other platforms would be preferred. For this reason the upcoming Xtext release 2.9 will include integrations for two more platforms: IntelliJ IDEA and web applications. I will present the current state of these new developments.|
with beer, soft drinks & snacks
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