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Making it easier to work with multiple languages

Using Language Servers to edit code in the Eclipse IDE

Writing in Java but your PHP support has bugs? Eclipse Language Server Protocols are here to help. Learn how the Eclipse IDE is able to consume language servers to provide rich editor features and interact with them without having to learn anything new. In this article, Mickael Istria explains how to make things simpler for developers while keeping things the same for end users with Eclipse LSP4E.

An open source library for C/C++

Language Server Protocol using Clangd

Visual Studio Code uses the LSP to communicate with a language server living in an external process. This language server is implemented using libraries from Clang. In this article, Marc-André Laperle explains in depth the pros and cons of the open source Clangd and what it can do for you.

Interview with Mélanie Bats, software developer at Obeo

Eclipse Oxygen: A better workflow for editing in Sirius

Eclipse Oxygen is hitting general availability on June 28. We’re excited to see the new features and changes are happening in the Eclipse ecosystem, so we talked with Mélanie Bats about all the news.

Making sure your IoT devices play nicely together

IoT device abstraction with Eclipse Vorto

Discover Eclipse Vorto, an open-source Internet of Things project that helps compile and manage abstract device descriptions. In this article, Alexander Edelmann explains how to use Vorto to manage and effortlessly integrate IoT devices.

Total eclipse of my heart and also my UI

Darkest Dark theme for a total Eclipse

That modern dark UI you always wished Eclipse had is finally here. In this post, Tim Webb, Vice President of Operations at Genuitec, introduces the Darkest Dark theme for the Eclipse IDE, which is available for free right now.

Post-EclipseCon Europe 2016 impressions

EclipseCon Europe at a glance

EclipseCon Europe 2016 has come to an end but impressions about the announcements, plans and discussions have just begun to emerge. We invited two speakers and one participant to share their experiences with us.

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.