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=== [[GMF Development Guidelines|Development Guidelines]] ===
=== [[GMF Development Guidelines|Development Guidelines]] ===
=== Mindmap Tutorial ===
=== Tutorials ===
[[GMF Tutorial|GMF Tutorial Part 1]]
[[GMF Tutorial Part 2]]
[[GMF Tutorial|Mindmap Part 1]]
[[GMF Tutorial Part 3]]
[[GMF Tutorial Part 2|Mindmap Part 2]]
[[GMF Tutorial Part 4]]
[[GMF Tutorial Part 3|Mindmap Part 3]]
[[GMF Tutorial Part 4|Mindmap Part 4]]
[[GMF Tutorial BPMN|BPMN Diagram]]
[ Callisto Webinar (EMF & GMF)]
[ Callisto Webinar (EMF & GMF)]

Revision as of 14:45, 20 October 2006

The Eclipse Graphical Modeling Framework (GMF) provides a generative component and runtime infrastructure for developing graphical editors based on EMF and GEF.

While the main GMF website contains the bulk of information regarding the project, the type of information more appropriately hosted on a wiki is (or will be) found here, such as: FAQs, tutorials, requirements, discussions, etc.
Gmf logo banner.png

Draft 2.0 Project Plan

New-small.gif 2.0 Stream New and Noteworthy

Development Guidelines


Mindmap Part 1

Mindmap Part 2

Mindmap Part 3

Mindmap Part 4

BPMN Diagram

Callisto Webinar (EMF & GMF)


Diagram Editor Concepts

Articles about diagram editor concepts and how they are supported in GMF.


Description of GMF models and usage hints.


EclipseCon 2006

Introduction to GMF slides (mindmap project covered in tutorial above with source in CVS under /examples)

Creating your own Domain Specific Modeler using GMF slides (project found in CVS under /examples)

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