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<title>Rich Client Tutorial Part 2</title>
<date>August 9, 2004</date>
<date>February 6, 2006</date>
<reason>for Eclipse 3.1.2</reason>
<name>Ed Burnette</name>
The Rich Client Platform (RCP) allows you to build Java
applications that can compete with native applications on any
platform. Part 1 of the tutorial introduced you to the platform
and the steps used to build the smallest possible RCP program.
In part 2 we'll look at what we did in more detail and introduce
some of the configuration classes that let you take control of
much of the layout and functionality of an RCP application. This
part has been updated for Eclipse 3.1.2.