Happy July everyone! It may have been terribly warm for the past days in Europe, but we have some awesome news to cool you down! Last month, we featured some amazing articles and we had a look at the most interesting news that went live. Let’s have a look!
The latest release for the Eclipse IDE arrived on June 19. Welcome to version 4.12! Download the latest build and see what the newest additions and changes are. Follow the schedule and prepare yourself for all the future Eclipse updates so you never miss a thing!
Every Monday, we take a step back and look at all the cool stuff that went down during the previous week. Last week, we had big news for Java developers with the release of Java 12. But that is not all, Eclipse IDE 2019-03 went live, IntelliJ IDEA 2019.1 Release Candidate became available and more.
The third quarterly Simultaneous Release for the Eclipse IDE arrives with seventy-five participating projects in tow. Let’s have a closer look at all the updates it brings through Holger Voormann’s latest videos.
Java makes the world go round! So we couldn’t miss out on the opportunity to take a look at the 2018 Java Magazine Survey featuring the responses of 10,500 developers. Let’s dig in!
What tools will you be using to develop code ten years from now? JAXenter editor Hartmut Schlosser caught up with Tracy Miranda at JAX London 2017 to chat about the future of IDEs, the language server protocol, and more.
Hey Eclipse fans! In honor of the total solar eclipse taking place on August 21, we’re taking a look back at some of our top Eclipse IDE posts. So, put on your funky eclipse glasses and come watch with us!
As part of the Eclipse Tool project, Oomph could provide a welcome boost to Eclipse IDE user experience.
This article from Manuel Bork introduces the Eclipse project Model Focusing Tools (MFT) that brings Mylyns task-focused interface to the modeling domain.
The open source collectives latest web IDE venture looks in good hands ahead of Octobers 1.0 release
Cloud automators Skytap introduce virtual private PaaS via VMwares Cloud Foundry
Todays latest news is the surest indication so far that JVM language Scala has positioned itself to challenge Java and can only mean good things for Scala devs.
Yesterday the Scala IDE team for Eclipse announced the release of V2.0.1
The code quality detector in on a charge towards enticing enterprises with some neat improvements with the stable release