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The Best of the Week (Oct. 17): Eclipse Zone

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The Best of the Week (Oct. 17): Eclipse Zone

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Make sure you didn't miss anything with this list of the Best of the Week in the Eclipse Zone (October 17 - October 24). Here they are, in order of popularity:

1. Unlocking and Erasing FLASH with Segger J-Link

  • When using a bootloader, then I usually protect the bootloader FLASH areas, so it does not get accidentally erased by the application. When programming my boards with the P&E Multilink, then the P&E firmware will automatically unlock and erase the chip. That’s not the same if working with the Segger J-Link, as it requires extra steps.

2. Understanding 4 Types of Data Users

  • It’s not always easy to determine what end users who interact with data really need... To help you understand the challenge, this post describes the four categories of end users: Content Viewers, Data Discoverers, Content Creators, and Query Experts.

3. Attending the Web Accessibility Day

  • Companies around the globe are looking to make their web content accessible for the visually impaired. But they want to do so in the most efficient, knowledge-based way they can, so that they don’t make mistakes and waste needless funds in the process. To do that, they need the right information.

4. 3 Trends in Embedded Analytics

  • In a previous post I presented four different categories of users that interact with applications: Content Viewers, Data Discoverers, Content Creators and Query Experts. In this post I’ll present three major trends affecting these user categories.

5. Introducing BIRT iHub F-Type: Integrating into Applications

  • If you’re familiar with open source BIRT and what the out-of-the-box options for integration are, you know that you had the viewer that could be called by URL, the viewer tag library that allowed you to embed the viewer into a JSP page, or a custom solution you built using the BIRT APIs.


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