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##eclipse

Buildship into the future

Buildship is the official Gradle integration for Eclipse. It helps Eclipse users synchronize Gradle builds with their workspace, execute tasks without leaving their IDE and also serves as a reference implementation for how to build great IDE support for the Gradle Build Tool.

Provisioning and distribution for teams

Quick-starting new projects with Eclipse

Maximilian Kögel and Jonas Helming have written an exciting article about setting up an ideal Eclipse distribution. To realize that, they used the Oomph framework. In this article we will talk about some methods we can use to organize distribution of that same setup.

It's celebration time

One year of Automated Error Reporting

All Eclipse packages are now shipped with the Automated Error Reporting client (AERI). In this article Andreas Sewe, CTO at Codetrails, points out that it’s been a year since AERI became part of the Eclipse packages and looks back at how the Automated Error Reporting Initiative has helped fix Eclipse project bugs.

A few noteworthy features

Eclipse Docker Tooling for Neon

In this article Roland Grunberg, Software Engineer at Red Hat, presents a handful of new features available in Eclipse Neon. If you find yourself using Docker images/containers, you should try out this plugin as it’s sure to simplify various use cases.

Software updates in an IoT context

Eclipse hawkBit — Features, requirements, scenarios et al.

Eclipse hawkBit [1] is a new project within the Eclipse IoT Working Group [2], the goal of which is to furnish an open platform for the Internet of Things. hawkBit is a project initiated by Bosch Software Innovations in support of this initiative, joining the Eclipse Vorto [3] and Eclipse Hono [4] projects. It will concentrate on providing a framework that allows for the simple integration of a software update functionality into an IoT solution or platform.

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The new JAX Magazine – OSGi, Angular 2, microservices and more

2016 has just begun and it is already bombarding up with promises of a sunnier IoT perspective and a heftier collection of tips and tricks to facilitate developers’ performance. This JAX Magazine issue is packed with proof that OSGi is regaining momentum and other concepts that have one purpose and one purpose only: to curtail unproductive operations -it’s our treat!