Eclipse GLSP is a new graphical language server platform allowing you to build powerful and highly adoptable modelling tools. Like many modern modelling frameworks it is based on Node.js and runs in a web browser. But unlike many other modelling tools, Eclipse GLSP takes a much broader approach. It forces the strict separation between the graphic modelling and the underlying model logic. With this concept Eclipse GLSP can not only be integrated in different tooling platforms like Eclipse Theia, Microsoft VS Code or the Eclipse desktop IDE, it also allows any kind of extension and integration within such platforms. On the project homepage you can find a lot of examples and videos demonstrating the rich possibilities.Continue reading “Build Your Own Modelling Tool with Eclipse GLSP”
Extending Eclipse BPMN2 Plugin – Part III.
This is the third part of my tutorial about how to extend the Eclipse BMN2 Plugin. See also:
In this part I will explain some details about how to manage properties of a custom task element and how to implement custom property sections. Continue reading “Extending Eclipse BPMN2 Plugin – Part III.”