Appearing in JAX Magazine’s special Juno issue back in June, Brian de Alwis discusses the genesis of Eclipse’s next-generation platform.
Appearing in JAX Magazine, Marcel Bruch introduces us to Eclipse Code Recommenders and how it’s helping Eclipse
Originally appearing in JAX Magazine, Benjamin Cabé introduces Koneki – the new Eclipse venture into M2M technology – included in the Juno release train
After troubling times, Google steps up to the plate by joining the guiding Eclipse group
That time of week again – featuring music royalty, James Gosling, boxing robots and questionable dancing
As the December Gitpocalypse looms, two Git-centric Eclipse projects get some welcome updates.
Criticism of Eclipse 4.2’s performance had been bubbling under the surface for some time, as had concerns over funding and resources. Question is – will anyone help Eclipse out?
The latest release of the Eclipse flavoured version of JavaFX, bringing in some new features of both JavaFX 2.2 and of Eclipse Juno
German company Froglogic have leapt to join in on Eclipse Juno, making their automated testing tool Squish support the latest Eclipse release
The highlight of the year for the Eclipse community – the largest simultaneous release in their history has arrived. We give you the highlights
More than a year on from the last big release, the JBoss community’s set of Eclipse plugins gets a well-needed update in 3.3. Their no-fuss distribution, Developer Studio 5.0 gets a final release too
As Milestone 7 is imminent, some small details surrounding JDT emerge
Eclipse announce first beta of their statically-typed Java embracing venture
A dose of UI improvements for Eclipse’s release train Juno, set to arrive in June. We’re on the home straight now.