Eclipse have released Milestone 5 of Eclipse 3.6 (aka Helios.) The Eclipse IDE now supports opening and filing directly from […]
The Bioclipse Team have announced the release of version 2.2.0 of Rich Client Platform (RCP) Bioclipse. Bioclipse is an open […]
The Driver team have released version 0.1.0 of the set of Eclipse plugins for reverse engineering and dynamic analysis; Dynamic […]
ProjectKoach have released version 2010.1 of the Eclipse-based project management tool for agile software teams. The free ProjectKoach Team edition […]
Version 0.3 of the stand-alone, Eclipse-based Memory Analyzer tool (MAT) has been made available for download. The open source Java […]
This Wednesday is a strange day for the IT world.
Today, Apple is finally ready to introduce its new tablet, after over nine months of speculation. Full of childlike anticipation, we wait for the man in the polo neck to present it later today.
Also nine months ago, Oracle first announced its plans to acquire Sun Microsystems. After an agonising wait, the EU has finally given the deal the go ahead. Larry Ellison has chosen this same day to deliver his five-hour long statement on the Oracle/Sun situation.
As a member of the Eclipse PMC and Eclipse platform project-lead, Mike Wilson has been involved in the Eclipse e4-Incubator Project since the beginning. Within e4, the technologies are currently being developed that will form part of the Eclipse 4.0 SDK, due for release in June 2010. In an interview with JAXenter, Mike talks about the background and the aims of the project and answers the critical claim that e4 could be a threat to the coherence of the Eclipse platform.
With the 1.0 release of the e4 incubator project planned for July 2010, Ian Skerrett has created an e4 Evangelism […]
Former software developer at Lotus, BYTE Magazine’s former executive editor and current Microsoft employee Jon Udell, has posted an enlightening […]
As JAXenter reported last week, SpringSource have submitted a proposal for dm Server to move to Eclipse.org. The follow-on from the recently released dm Server 2.0 will be developed under the Eclipse Runtime Project. JAXenter caught up with the Chief Technology Officer for SpringSource, Adrian Colyer, to ask him about the project.
The RCP Toolbox team have released Rich Client Platform (RCP) Toolbox as an open source project for developing Eclipse 3.3, […]
The Mangrove – SOA Modeling Framework project has been submitted as a proposed Eclipse.org open source project. The existing Eclipse […]
The next release of Eclipse will run with OpenJDK 7 on Mac OS X. Eclipse developer David Green has announced […]
JavaFX have released a JavaFX 1.2.1 plugin for Eclipse, enabling users to develop, debug, and deploy JavaFX applications in the […]