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.
In this article, Max Pumperla explains the strategy behind Go and teaches you how to build a bot to play against it using Deeplearning4j.
The Language Server Protocol (LSP) was big last year. It’s now time for the rise of LSP plugins! Lucas Bullen explains what language server protocols are, how they changed the IDE landscape, and talks about what kind of language server plugins 2018 has in store for us.
What is Eclipse Sirius? How does it work and why is it the technology behind Capella? Find out more about this technology that could facilitate the creation and the maintenance of graphical modeling workbenches.
We’re moving closer to the next Simultaneous Release at the speed of light. What does Eclipse Photon M5 have to offer in this latest milestone release?
GeoTrellis is a geographic data processing engine for high performance applications. In this article, Ross Bernet explains how GeoTrellis continues to advance the field of distributed processing of geospatial imagery and raster data.
The great Java EE migration is hitting its stride as various bits and bobs begin the shuffle from Oracle to the Eclipse Foundation. Since there’s so much happening right now, we’re checking in to see how things are going on and what’s next for EE4J, including a quick look at Grizzly NIO.
How can open source mapping improve location technologies? In this article, Jody Garnett goes over a cornerstone of the open source geospatial toolkit, JTS 1.15. The JTS topology suite brings spatial data types, spatial relationships, and spatial operations for processing geometries to the Eclipse Foundation.
Discover Ferret, a conceptually simple software exploration tool that seeks to summarize how a program element relates to the rest of the software system. In this article, Brian de Alwis goes over Ferret and explains how this tool can help developers explore their codebases.