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.
Welcome back to our series ‘Foundation Talk’ in which we introduce the staff of the Eclipse Foundation. Meet Christopher Guindon, lead web developer at the Eclipse Foundation.
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.
Welcome back to our series ‘Foundation Talk’ in which we introduce the staff of the Eclipse Foundation. Meet Mikaël Barbero, Senior Platform Developer.
Welcome back to our series ‘Foundation Talk’ in which we introduce the staff of the Eclipse Foundation. Meet Andrea Ross, Director of Ecosystem Development.
Welcome to our new series ‘Foundation Talk’ in which we introduce the staff of the Eclipse Foundation. Wayne Beaton, Director of Open Source Projects, is the first person we’d like you to meet.
Eclipse Neon has just been released. We talked to Ian Skerrett, VP of Marketing and Ecosystem at Eclipse Foundation, about the strengths and weaknesses of this new release and the Eclipse Foundation’s plans for 2017/2018.
We talked to Angelo Zerr, Eclipse E4 CSS Engine creator, Eclipse Nebula committer and Eclipse WTP Incubator committer, about the TypeScript compiler for Eclipse, its advantages and the features that are included in this new plug-in, as well as the ones that may be implemented in future releases.
The Eclipse project Papyrus has progressed since the founding of the Papyrus Industry Consortium earlier this year. The platform for the UML-based software modeling is now supported by companies such as Airbus, Atos, Ericsson, Fraunhofer Fokus and Zeligsoft. We talked to Papyrus user Michael Jastram and delivery specialist Charles Rivet about the current state and the future of Papyrus.
Interoperability is one of the key topics in the Internet of Things – and at the heart of this is the way in which individual, connected components work together. Communication between these elements makes sense only if the underlying language can actually be understood by the devices involved. Yet from a technological perspective, this can be difficult to achieve due to the wide variety of existing communication protocols. As a result, this calls for some means of translating between the individual languages.
Eclipse IoT is a collection of open source projects for the development of Internet of Things solutions. It is one of the most active working groups in the Eclipse Foundation, currently featuring 25 projects. Here we present a brief overview of some popular offerings.
Recently, JAXenter reported on the fifth milestone for Eclipse Neon – but the Eclipse Foundation does not forget about the actual Eclipse version Mars. Here is the second service update, aka Mars.2.
Ask anybody these days about hot software technology topics and you’re bound to hear the word Containers which are light-weight virtual machines that operate on the process level. They can be instantiated very quickly and are easy to configure. If you are going to enter the world of Containers, then you will undoubtedly run into the name Docker which is quickly becoming the ubiquitous standard. Docker is the trademarked company name but also used when referring to their implementation of container technology.
Docker has received a lot of attentions and that’s no surprise that developers want to see it integrated with their development tools. This article is about doclipser, a plugin we have developed at Zenika to add top-notch Docker support in the Eclipse IDE.