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Rich Client Platform (RCP)

A Rich Client Platform (RCP) is a specialized computer program intended for the creation of Java applications built on the Eclipse architecture. Applications written with an RCP are portable and can be reused, mixed and matched. Using an RCP, developers can custom-design windows, menus, tool bars, palettes, wizards and other specialized features.

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