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Celebrating the 1.000th Download

Yesterday the project LunaRCP passed the 1.000th download! Thanks to all people supporting the project!

Posted by Stefan Diener 2010-04-30

Release of LunaRCP 0.2

The second release of LunaRCP is available now! The project provides very useful plug-ins to ease the development of Eclipse Rich Client Platform (RCP) applications. It covers a broad range of RCP topics, e.g. application startup, file operations, jobs API, SWT/JFace, database integration using Hibernate, etc.LunaRCP has its roots in our project Pace & Pace! The problems we encountered developing this Eclipse RCP application resulted in very useful solutions - which in succession have been extracted into a generally usable project for developing Eclipse RCP applications called LunaRCP. Our purpose is to make your life a bit more easy by providing this project under the LGPL license, so that it may also be deployed in commercially developed environments.Visit the Pace & Place homepage for more information:http://www.digitalcure.org

Posted by Stefan Diener 2009-05-31

Release of LunaRCP 0.1

The very first release of LunaRCP is available now! The project provides very useful plug-ins to ease the development of Eclipse Rich Client Platform (RCP) applications. It covers a broad range of RCP topics, e.g. application startup, file operations, jobs API, SWT/JFace, database integration using Hibernate, etc.

LunaRCP has its roots in our project Pace & Pace! The problems we encountered developing this Eclipse RCP application resulted in very useful solutions - which in succession have been extracted into a generally usable project for developing Eclipse RCP applications called LunaRCP. Our purpose is to make your life a bit more easy by providing this project under the LGPL license, so that it may also be deployed in commercially developed environments.... read more

Posted by Stefan Diener 2009-01-15

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