In the first part of our "Getting started with GEF"-series, we built the foundations for a Mind Map Editor with the new version of the Graphical Editing Framework (GEF). We created the model and the visuals (views) of our application. Now it is time to dive into GEF MVC and create the controllers for the editor.
This is part 2 of an ongoning series, so I will start with step 4. I strongly recommend to read part 1 first, in which we learned everything about steps 1 - 3 regarding getting started with GEF.
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