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The Best of the Week (Oct. 24): Eclipse Zone

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The Best of the Week (Oct. 24): 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 24 - October 31). Here they are, in order of popularity:

1. Five Things You Didn't Know About Eclipse Infocenter

  • Holger Voormann has an interesting series on his blog, Eclipse Howl, about some nifty info regarding the Eclipse Infocenter. Here's a quick review.

2. McuOnEclipse Releases on SourceForge

  • When I started the McuOnEclipse project back in 2012, I did not expect that it would create that much of attention :-). However, with the amount of components and binary releases, the GitHub repository gets bloated. So I’m performing some maintenance work, and so I’m moving binary releases to a new McuOnEclipse SourceForge site.

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 Questions: Gloria Lau Discusses Data Science

  • “The law is massive, and massively complicated, so that was the beginning of big data for me – sorting through the linkages in citations and comparing and contrasting them,” Lau says. “In current times, I suppose that’s called data science.”

5. Extend BIRT Interactive Viewer with Row Highlighting [Code]

  • Extending BIRT Interactive Viewer is a snap with Actuate’s JavaScript API. You can create any visualization imaginable using a resultset that you can access with a single JavaScript API call. The first extension, enabled with just a few lines of jQuery code, adds row highlight capability to tables created for BIRT Interactive Viewer.


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