Got memory issues? Worried about your heap dump analysis? In this article, Ram Lakshmanan explains how you can solve memory issues for heap dump analysis with Eclipse MAT by checking your incoming and outgoing references.
Edge computing is poised to become a major tech trend in the future. As the global IT infrastructure transforms, developers will need need new approaches. Farah Papaioannou goes over these new patterns for the Edge and how developers can utilize Eclipse ioFog to remotely deploy secure microservices to Edge computing devices.
How is the Eclipse Foundation Specification Process (EFSP) different from the Java Community Process (JCP)?
As developers become more used to Jakarta EE and the Eclipse Foundation, it’s time to take a look at how new code becomes a part of Jakarta EE. Tanja Obradovic explains the five crucial differences between the Eclipse Foundation Specification Process and the Java Community Process.
Proposal accepted: Eclipse Foundation said yes to multi-cloud FaaS implementation for JVM based languages. Eclipse Jemo lets developers utilize cloud native apps across multiple clouds. No storm clouds on this horizon!
Confused about how you can calculate shallow heaps and retained heaps in Eclipse MAT? In this helpful explainer, Ram Lakshmanan goes over the basics of analyzing heap dumps and how developers can save memory space through garbage collection.
Looking for a workflow engine for Java? Imixs-Workflow is a human-centric BPM for Jakarta EE. In this article, Ralph Soika explores the basics of Imixs-Workflow and shows how developers and organizations can take advantage of the security it provides for their business data.
Jakarta EE is settling in nicely at the Eclipse Foundation. In this article, Otávio Gonçalves de Santana explores the latest direction for Jakarta EE: NoSQL databases. Introducing JNoSQL, Jakarta EE’s first integration project for Eclipse and NoSQL databases.
Looking forward to Jakarta EE 8? In this article, Reza Rahman explores some of the major changes and new features to Java EE 8, the future foundation for the upcoming Jakarta EE 8. Enjoy greater simplicity with more web standards and CDI alignment in Java EE 8.
When asked, the Jakarta EE community certainly has lots to say. As David Blevins, a member of the Jakarta EE working group, explains, most community leaders plan big things for CDI.
Do you need a cloud-based platform for your microservices? In this article, Emily Jiang explores how the popular service mesh Istio can be used to harness the open source power of Eclipse Profile to deploy microservices securely.
Sparkplug specification is getting an Eclipse update with Tahu! This project is designed to bring MQTT specifications under the Eclipse umbrella. Here, Wes Johnson explores the scope of Eclipse Tahu, its architecture, and where this interesting project is going in the future.
Instead of using a cross-compiler or existing framework, why not try Eclipse Spotty for your web-based diagramming framework needs? In this article, Jan Köhnlein introduces this new Eclipse project and explores how developers can add modern diagrams to their web apps with minimal effort.
Never again worry about loose ends when you’re weaving code. Eclipse OSBP, the open source software factory, helps you to tailor enterprise-level applications fast and easily. You can use it to go no-code, low-code and full-code. And you switch to and fro between these modes in the same project. In this article, Christopher Loetz shows how to make the machine work for you.
Ever think about trying Eclipse Theia? Theia is an extensible platform built to support the development of full-fledged, multi-language, cloud & desktop IDE-like products. Sven Efftinge gives a general overview to the platform as well as some new features developers can expect in Eclipse Theia.