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* '''{{ScoutLink|HowTo/{{ScoutCurrentVersion}}|Install Scout SDK|name=Install}}''' - Install Scout SDK
 
* '''{{ScoutLink|HowTo/{{ScoutCurrentVersion}}|Install Scout SDK|name=Install}}''' - Install Scout SDK
 
* '''{{ScoutLink|Tutorial|name=Tutorial}}''' - A list of available Scout SDK Tutorials
 
* '''{{ScoutLink|Tutorial|name=Tutorial}}''' - A list of available Scout SDK Tutorials
* '''{{ScoutLink|Book/3.9|name=Eclipse Scout Book}}''' - An experiment to crowdwrite a Scout book
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* '''{{ScoutLink|Book/3.9|name=Book}}''' - An experiment to crowdwrite an Eclipse Scout book
 
* '''{{ScoutLink|Concepts|name=Documentation}}''' - A bit more about the architecture
 
* '''{{ScoutLink|Concepts|name=Documentation}}''' - A bit more about the architecture
 
* '''{{ScoutLink|Contribution|name=Contributing to Scout}}''' - Contribution guidelines
 
* '''{{ScoutLink|Contribution|name=Contributing to Scout}}''' - Contribution guidelines

Revision as of 05:43, 20 December 2012


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Simple. Stable. Flexible.

  • Eclipse Scout is a mature and open framework for modern, service oriented business applications.
  • Using a single codebase, scout applications run on the desktop, in the browser, and on tablet and mobile devices.
  • 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.

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