Eclipse split e4 1.0 into two components for latest release.
Selected e4 components to move out of incubation prior to Eclipse 4.0 SDK release.
Interview with Chris Aniszczyk on Eclipse’s increasing adoption as a runtime technology, modularity and e4.
Fabian Steeg has announced that he has reached a first milestone of his project to create an Eclipse RCP digitization […]
Eclipse committer John Arthorne has posted at the E4-dev mailing list, calling for early adopter testers of the Eclipse 4.0 […]
Manitoba Students contribute documentation for the e4 project.
As the XML frameworks and plugins grow, Dave Carver suggests creating a sub-project to better facilitate their growth and visibility.
Eclipse release milestone 5 with compatibility layer, workbench model editor and the first builds of Eclipse SDK running on e4 technology.
Interview with Yves Yang.
Thomas Kratz has blogged about what features he’d like to see in e4. Contrary to some other posts in the […]
Tonny Madsen, CEO of The RCP Company, has reached a satisfactory conclusion after a long debate about the use of Dependency Injection (DI)in e4.
While the Eclipse e4 project is currently placing on emphasis on strengthening the Eclipse platform as a generic application framework, Eclipse maintains its primary function as an integrated development environment.
In the past developers have had to deal with a lack of flexibility in the Eclipse IDE, when it comes to the requirements of complex development projects. In this article, E4-committer Serge Beauchamp discusses how e4 will bring more flexibility to the project management structure.
EEF project lead Goulwen Le Fur has blogged about the latest features of Acceleo and EEF, released as part of […]
The winners of the Eclipse Community Awards have been announced!