Running SWT using native Widgets on iPhone/iPad with RAP
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This is a demo of a proof of concept for running Eclipse SWT on an iPhone/iPad with RAP (Rich Ajax Platform.) It was presented at the Eclipse Demo Camp in Walldorf, May 2011.

This is a demo of a proof of concept for running Eclipse SWT on an iPhone/iPad with RAP (Rich Ajax Platform.) It was presented at the Eclipse Demo Camp in Walldorf, May 2011.

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Running SWT using native Widgets on iPhone/iPad with RAP Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Running SWT using nativeWidgets on iPhone/iPad with RAPJochen Krause, EclipseSourceWalldorf demoCampMay 25, 2011
  • 2. Disclaimer: this is a proof of concept
  • 3. RAP and mobile are a good fit
  • 4. Employs native widgetsprogrammed with SWTAPI
  • 5. Conventional SWT API at work
  • 6. This is how we representan SWT tree widget
  • 7. Navigation as you know iton your phone
  • 8. Go up one level using the toolbar,down by touching an element
  • 9. And, here is the code
  • 10. SWT Buttons, Labels and Layouts:RAP calculator example on the iPad
  • 11. How does it work? The RAP server sends protocol messages to the client, e.g. about constructing a “Shell”
  • 12. Objective C code processes themessages and constructs a UIView asour shell. Even includes a niceanimation.
  • 13. Processing is happening on theserver, only UI updates are sent tothe client
  • 14. Given low latency networks, user experiencematches native apps
  • 15. To learn more, please contact us: rapmobile@eclipsesource.com Thank you!