What are the current and future challenges of Jakarta EE? In this article, Dmitry Kornilov explains why making sure everything transfers over to the Eclipse Foundation is taking a lot longer than you’d think.
Jakarta EE is the new name for the overall platform comprised initially of the Java EE technologies that are being contributed to the Eclipse Foundation. Today, Ian Robinson explains why Java EE has moved to the Eclipse Foundation and where it’s going from here.
Confused about what’s going on with Jakarta EE? We take a look at what’s going on now that it’s hanging out at the Eclipse Foundation. Here’s what we know so far.
What is Jakarta EE? Why has it moved to the Eclipse Foundation? What has been the progress to date? Mike Milinkovich answers all these questions and more in this progress report for Jakarta EE.
Looking for an Eclipse framework to bring your Java apps into NoSQL databases? In this article, Otávio Gonçalves de Santana explores why Eclipse JNoSQL is such a good tool for integration with its one API, many databases approach.
With Eclipse OpenJ9, developers can run applications on an enterprise-grade open source Java virtual machine. In this article, Dan Heidinga and Sue Chaplain go over all the features Eclipse OpenJ9 has to offer developers.
Make sure your web APIs are benefiting from all the improvements provided by HTTP/2 with Eclipse Vert.x, a toolkit to build distributed reactive systems on the top of the JVM. In this article, Julien Viet and Francesco Guardiani explore how you can ensure better latency, concurrency control, and capacity planning for your web apps with Eclipse Vert.x.
Have you heard about Eclipse JDT Language Server (a.k.a. jdt.ls)? In this article, Fred Bricon explains all the changes to this open source Java language specific implementation of the Language Server Protocol.
More changes to Eclipse Oxygen! In the latest installment of Holger Voormann’s video series, he explains the latest changes to Eclipse Oxygen.3a with a focus on Java 10 IDE improvements.
Java EE may be gone, but Jakarta EE is just getting started. And part of that is filling all those vacant seats on various steering committees. Do you have what it takes to become a leading voice for Jakarta EE? Nominations are now open!
Big improvements and bug fixes are afoot in Eclipse Oxygen.3. If you want to see what’s new, this video from Holger Voormann explains some of the changes in Eclipse Oxygen.3, including notable improvements to Java, Gradle, and PHP.
Eclipse Photon is speeding closer and closer to general availability. What does Photon M6 have in store for developers? Lots of improved coloring for the dark theme, it seems!
Buildship is an Eclipse plugin that allows you to build applications and libraries using Gradle through your IDE. In this article, Donát Csikós explains some advanced features of Buildship in Eclipse IDE.