Category Archives: Components

Post #16 – Google Summer of Code 2011 – 6 April, 2011 – 11h00 (GMT-3)

We have added a proposal to the GSoC 2011 program: Add multi-language support to Eclipse plugin projects. With this proposal, we want to make our Localization Framework Editor capable of understanding Eclipse projects, so that it can be used by … Continue reading

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Post #11 – More than Strings – 28 Jul, 2010 – 10h00 (GMT-3)

Software localization is the process of converting or preparing a computer program to be suited for a particular region. Localization can sometimes be simply a matter of language translation, but it can also prove to be a much more complex … Continue reading

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Post #10 – Sequoyah Demo Available @ live.eclipse.org – 05 Jul, 2010 – 11h30 (GMT-3)

Along with Helios release, some projects are publishing live demos showing their new features available. And Sequoyah is one of those projects. We have prepared an 8 minute video demonstrating the main Sequoyah features available in Helios release, such as … Continue reading

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Post #9 – New Proposal for Automating Tests – 28 Jun, 2010 – 14h00 (GMT-3)

Once Helios is finally out 😀 we are now focusing on thinking about some great ideas to implement as new features in Sequoyah. One of them is an automation testing framework. Currently, with all support available for smart phones and … Continue reading

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Post #7 – Talk To The World – 23 Jun, 2010 – 14h55 (GMT-3)

Today we are going to talk about the Localization Framework. The Localization component is responsible for providing extensible support for any mobile application to be adapted for a specific region or language by adding locale-specific components and translating text. It … Continue reading

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Post #6 – Viewing Your Device On Your Desktop – Part 2 – 23 Jun, 2010 – 14h50 (GMT-3)

Let’s talk about VNC Viewer Component today. The VNC Viewer Component allows an Eclipse view to display the contents of a device or emulator display. It is designed as a standalone library to support the visualization of frame buffer content … Continue reading

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Post #5 – Viewing Your Device On Your Desktop – Part 1 – 23 Jun, 2010 – 14h40 (GMT-3)

In this post we will talk about VNC Protocol. The VNC Protocol component is a scratch implementation of RFB protocol to support the visualization of frame buffer content. It can also promote the protocol communication interface between a device and … Continue reading

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