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<title>Using GEF with EMF</title>
<date>June 8, 2005</date>
<name>Chris Aniszczyk</name>
The Graphical Editing Framework (GEF) provides a framework for
creating visual editors while being model agnostic. In most
cases, people bring their own model which tend to be based on
Plain Old Java Objects (POJOs). An alternative using POJOs is
the Eclipse Modeling Framework (EMF), which provides many
features for manipulating models that aren't found in POJOs. The
purpose of this article is to build upon the shapes example
provided by GEF using the Eclipse Modeling Framework (EMF) and
to provide an introduction using EMF based models in GEF based