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Eclipse Rich Client Platform: Designing, Coding, and Packaging Java™ Applications by Jean-Michel Lemieux, Jeff McAffer

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Chapter 8. Branding Hyperbola

Hyperbola is looking pretty good at this point—you can add contacts, initiate chats, and exercise the UI. Hyperbola shows images for the various online states, has actions in all the right places, and puts forward the look and feel we want. The people around you are in awe. But it still does not feel like a normal application—it is missing the splash screen, the images in the window title bar, a branded launcher, etc. We’ll take care of that here. More generally, the goals of this chapter are:

  • Detail the branding for Hyperbola.

  • Show how product configurations are created.

  • Enumerate the various aspects of Eclipse product branding and how to configure them.

  • Create a fully branded Hyperbola product.

Defining the Hyperbola ...

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