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AnswerRe: using framework in java EE PinmemberTorstenH.24-Jun-12 22:01 
You can use Eclipse RCP as a framework for your application. It is working fine and also pretty well documented. The Framework provides a lot of features that one otherwise has to develop oneself.
You have to develop under Eclipse, but that is anyway the most common used IDE. With a little experience you'll begin to love it because it's so simple and structured.
 
Ralf Ebert has placed his book on Eclipse RCP3.x in the web : http://www.ralfebert.de/eclipse_rcp/EclipseRCP.pdf[^]
 
Lars Vogel is the other big source for tutorials and howto's on this :
http://www.vogella.com/eclipse.html[^]
regards Torsten
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