As it matures, Eclipse MicroProfile has begun to adopt other modern approaches like reactive programming. In this article, Ondrej Mihályi explains why support for reactive programming is needed and how developers can create responsive and resilient apps with MicroProfile.
Eclipse Viatra is a model query and transformation framework to efficiently move information back and forth between various documents and models. This overview looks at what’s new in Viatra 2.0 and how it can be used beyond the Eclipse Modeling Framework.
The Xtext and Xtend 2.14 release comes with a whole bunch of new features and support for these frameworks. In this article, Hendrik Bünder goes over the latest improvements through the eyes of a typical developer.
Eclipse Sirius 6 is here as part of the Eclipse Photon release train. In this article, Mélanie Bats explains how easily developers can use the Eclipse Sirius framework to quickly create a graphical modeling workbench.
Looking to up your language server game? Eclipse Photon has got you covered. Jonah Graham and Mickael Istria explain how Eclipse Photon ships an improved support for Language Servers and enables debugging over the Debug Adapter Protocols. Plus, possible integration with Docker in the future!
You want it darker? Eclipse Photon ships the best support for the dark theme so far! Lars Vogel explains all the new dark theme improvements in the platform as well as how plug-in developers can make sure their contributions work for the dark theme.
The world around Java is changing at a fast pace. How is the Eclipse IDE keeping up? In this article, Sarika Sinha explains the support that Eclipse Phton now has for Java 9 and Java 10 features.
Enterprise Java is undergoing the biggest change in the 20-year history of the platform. In this article, Richard Monson-Haefel explores why the change from Oracle to Eclipse will make a massive difference for Jakarta EE.
Jakarta EE is forging a new path forwards for enterprise Java. In this opinion piece, Cesar Saavedra explains why Jakarta EE is a breath of fresh air for enterprise Java.
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.