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Blog: Ken Hussey blog

Phew. I’ve finally caught up after the frenzied activity of the past few weeks and posted a New and Noteworthy entry for the M6 milestone of EMF. If you attended the EMF tutorial or RAP BoF at EclipseCon, or perhaps saw Ben’s blog post (gotta love the title of that one!), you’re probably already aware of a great new enhancement that was added to EMF, thanks to generous sponsorship from another one of my clients.

That’s right, EMF now supports Rich Ajax Platform (RAP) out of the box. This means that you can now generate a sample “single-sourced” application that can be run against either an RCP (Rich Client Platform) or a RAP runtime target. Details can be found on the New and Noteworthy page for the Helios release of EMF. Thanks again to Ed and Ben for their help in making this happen in time for M6!

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