The Rich Ajax Platform (RAP) is "Eclipse RCP for the web". It provides a web-enabled implementation of SWT, JFace and the Eclipse Workbench. RAP enables Eclipse RCP developers to build rich browser-based applications written in Java, without having to learn a big stack of new technologies.
Using course material designed by the RAP project leaders and committers, the people who literally developed the technology, this course builds on your knowledge of Eclipse RCP and shows you how to use RAP to kick-start your web development efforts. Our veteran Eclipse developers, with years of product development experience, teach you everything you need to develop RAP-based web applications. Along the way they provide deep insights and give a special focus to techniques for porting existing RCP applications to RAP and single-sourcing -- creating a code base that is shared between both the desktop and the web.
Course participants walk through the elements of porting RCP applications to RAP and single-sourcing in a series of hands-on focused sessions. Keeping a small class format (max. 6-8 participants) ensures that you'll gain a broad understanding of Eclipse RAP and get plenty of individual support from our experts.
The trainer for this class is Mr. Elias Volanakis.
Elias is a Technical Lead at EclipseSource. He has been writing Eclipse-based software since 2004 and is helping software professionals make the most out of Eclipse in their own development efforts. Elias is working on Eclipse as a committer for the Riena (business-friendly RCP) and RAP (RCP for the web) projects. He is sharing his knowledge through training, conference talks and blog posts.
"Elias did an excellent job covering many topics in a short time-frame. He also was very helpful in answering all questions in detail. I learned a lot from this training. He also customized parts of the course at our request."
"It was a really good class. It really helped that it was very hands-on."
"I was impressed with the experience and the instruction. Elias was great and very open to dialog and questions."
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