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* '''[http://twitter.com/EclipseScout Twitter]''' - follow us on Twitter
 
* '''[http://twitter.com/EclipseScout Twitter]''' - follow us on Twitter
 
* '''[http://www.bsiag.com/scout Blog]''' - News about Scout
 
* '''[http://www.bsiag.com/scout Blog]''' - News about Scout
* '''{{ScoutLink|Release|Kepler|Overview|name=Kepler Documentation }}''' - Scout 3.9
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* '''{{ScoutLink|Release|Luna|Overview|name=Luna Documentation }}''' - Scout 4.0
* '''{{ScoutLink|Release|Luna|Overview|name=Luna Documentation }}''' - Scout 4.0 (development)
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* '''[[media:EclipseScout_Factsheet_2014.pdf‎|Scout Factsheet]]''' - the 2014 edition
 
* '''[[media:EclipseScout_Factsheet_2014.pdf‎|Scout Factsheet]]''' - the 2014 edition
 
* '''{{ScoutLink|Overview|Slides|Scout Presentations}}''' - slides and related materials
 
* '''{{ScoutLink|Overview|Slides|Scout Presentations}}''' - slides and related materials

Revision as of 04:18, 27 June 2014


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Eclipse Scout is a framework for business applications. Scout applications are based on Java/Eclipse and run on the desktop, in a web browser, and on mobile devices.

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Thanks to the clean separation of the UI model from the UI technology, Scout applications can simultaneously support different UI technologies. Currently, Scout supports Swing and SWT on the desktop and Eclipse RAP for web and/or mobile applications.

With the tooling provided by Scout SDK, Scout is simple to learn and boosts productivity. To get started, have a look at the Wiki tutorials and the Scout book.

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