Monthly Archives: March 2009

Eclipse Business Expense Reporting Tool

I’ve been blogging about the Eclipse Business Expense Reporting Tool (EBERT) over the last couple of days for a few reasons. First, as an example, it’s important to make sure people are aware of it. It’s not a very good … Continue reading

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Services, services, services, …

I’m concerned that the Eclipse Business Expense Reporting Tool (EBERT) is getting too complicated. Since the application can run on the Eclipse Rich Ajax Platform (RAP), it needs to support the notion of multiple users. Since it also runs on … Continue reading

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UDC Data Update

The Eclipse Usage Data Collector has been running for several months now. I spent a few minutes yesterday cleaning up the presentation of the data. The Usage Data Collector page on eclipse.org now has fresh links to the report data. … Continue reading

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Get on your ViewModel

I’ve been quietly hacking away at the Eclipse Business Expense Reporting Tool (EBERT) from the Examples project for some time. My goal is to turn this application into a shining example of how you can go about making a real … Continue reading

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