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* '''[[Scout_DeployToTomacat|Deploy your application]]''' Deploy your Scout application to a Tomcat webserver
 
* '''[[Scout_DeployToTomacat|Deploy your application]]''' Deploy your Scout application to a Tomcat webserver
 
* '''[[Scout_DatabaseDevelopmentPerspective|Add Database Development]]''' configured the database development perspective for your DerbyDb
 
* '''[[Scout_DatabaseDevelopmentPerspective|Add Database Development]]''' configured the database development perspective for your DerbyDb
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Revision as of 04:39, 22 April 2012


Welcome to the Eclipse Scout Wiki.

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Simple. Stable. Flexible.

  • Eclipse Scout is a mature and open framework for modern, service oriented business applications.
  • It substantially boosts developer productivity and is simple to learn.
  • User friendly applications are straight forward to implement with Scout’s comprehensive set of user interface components.
  • Completely based on Java/Eclipse, Scout Applications are easy to integrate in most IT environments.


Latest Project News

  • 2012-01-03 - Over 20'000 downloads for Eclipse Scout 3.7.1
  • 2011-06-22 - Eclipse Indigo 3.7.0 including Scout
  • 2010-12-02 - Source code available at Eclipse
  • 2010-02-08 - The Scout proposal is online.

All project news: all news

Scout consists of a runtime and an SDK part. The runtime is purely based on Equinox and Eclipse. The SDK part is an extension to JDT and PDE with a perspective for easy click-and-build of a complete application.

What is Scout Runtime?

What is Scout SDK?

  • Scout SDK - development kit for the Eclipse IDE

Getting Started

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