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WTP Adopter Resouces

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This page contains links to tutorials, articles, and presentations that may be of use to Adopters. These articles and presentations show how to extend and leverage various portions of the Web Tools Frameworks. The topics covered are broken down into subsections. The information that is displayed here is believed to be current and accurrate unless otherwise stated.


Web Standard Tools

General

  1. Extending the Web Tools Platform, Part 1 - EclipseCon 2006 - A tutorial written by Konstantin Komissarchik (BEA Systems), Gorkem Ercan (Nokia) and Tim deBoer (IBM), covering the Project Facet framework and Server Tools.
  2. Extending the Web Tools Platform, Part 2 - EclipseCon 2006 - This tutorial written by Chuck Bridgham (IBM) and John Lanuti (IBM), continues where the first one left off. It provides an over view of the various WTP extension points that are available to a developer.
  3. Extending the Web Tools Platform - EclipseCon 2007 - Naci Dai (Eteration), John Lanuti (IBM) provide further information and cover new features since the EclipseCon 2006 tutorials.

Source Editors

  1. Extending the XML and JSP Editors - EclipseCon 2006 - A tutorial written by David Williams, and Nitin Dahyabhai, that covers the various extension points that are needed to extend the Structured Text Editors to support new languages and contexts.

JEE Standard Tools

  1. Using the Web Tools Platform in Headless Mode - EclipseCon 2007 - Hari Shankar (IBM), Neeraj Agrawal (IBM) shows how to leverage the web tools platform framework with other vendor related tooling, with particular focus on J2EE integration and development.

Other

Debugger

  1. Integrating Custom Debuggers into the Eclipse Platform - EclipseCon 2006 - Darin Wright (Rational Team, IBM Canada), Kevin Barnes (IBM) and Samantha Chan (Rational, IBM Canada) provide an indepth look into the Eclipse debugging framework. This may be of interst for those wanting to provide custom debuggers for Web Tools Platform functionality.