Marco van Meegen
Senior IT-Consulting - React Typescript J2EE Java Eclipse SQL ...and more

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Web Apps
Finally Javascript in the Browser has matured to a programming environment suited for large scale maintainable software.

To keep up to date with this fast changing platform and to check newest technologies, I have developed some small games using different web technologies.

react-three-karol is the famous Learning Robot from School for the Web using mobx, typescript, antlr, react-three-fiber and React.

Falling Blocks is a clone of the famous game with the falling blocks using mobx-state-tree, typescript and React. It evolved from a Javascript Code Retreat, where I learnt that starting with a board array to implement Tetris is not the only way.

Game of Life An experiment implementing Game of Life with React, Vue, Typescript and three different model technologies to compare their performance and expressiveness.

Open Source Plugins
Eclipse is a wonderful software development environment platform.

For this platform I have developed some (at least for me) useful plugins.

RCP Forms is a complete framework with best practices for writing User Interfaces in Eclipse building on SWT, JFace, UI Forms and Data Binding.

Slime UML (Slim modeling environment) is a lightweight UML Class Diagramming plugin and the main reason this site came to life.

Checkclipse (Checkstyle for Eclipse) integrates the excellent and highly configurable Coding Style Checker Checkstyle into Eclipse.

VelocityBuilder provides an easy to use but still powerful generation facility using Velocity Templates. Configure a Template Mapping and Eclipse will generate stuff and keep it up-to-date whenever you change the generation source. All the generator setup can of course easily be shared using a team repository.

AntlrSupport integrates the great Parser/Scanner/Treeparser generator Antlr into Eclipse.


If you

  • like these plugins, but miss one or the other feature
  • are missing integration of your favorite tool into Eclipse
  • urgently need some wizards or generators for your fancy-self-made hyper-mega-framework
  • need a generator for your special J2EE-architecture
  • need a fancy graphical or form-based editor for your EMF models
  • have problems with EMF, GEF or any other Eclipse API and need expert advice
  • want to use Eclipse as Operating system for your Internet Fridge
  • just need a very experienced Project Manager, Architect, Coach or developer


don't hesitate to contact me. Well - nothing is free in this world, but think of time and money you can save with a more efficient software development process.




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