The first release of the Eclipse Marketplace Client (MPC) is now available in the Java IDE and RCP packages of the Helios Milestone 6 release. The MPC can be accessed from the Eclipse Help menu, where it goes under the moniker of ‘Eclipse Solution Catalog.’
The deadline for the JavaFXpert RIA Exemplar Challenge has been extended to 30 days after the JavaFX 1.3 SDK has been released. The organisers have decided that the upcoming JavaFX 1.3 will have some features relevant to the goals of the challenge.
Version 6.0 of Substance is now available to download. Substance aims to provide a library for creating visually appealing and […]
JAXenter spoke with co-lead of the EJB 3.0 and JPA 1.0 specifications, and co-author of the ‘Pro EJB 3: Java Persistence API’ reference book, Mike Keith, about the increasing overlap between OSGi and Java EE, and how this new relationship could effect future versions of the Java EE.
Version 3.5 of the Eclipse plugin for visualising Java sourcecode, is now available to download. Sourcecode Visualizer 3.5 draws a […]
Eugene Ostroukhov has blogged about a new IDE specifically created for developers working on the recently open-sourced Symbian platform.
The revised release schedule for Ruby 1.9.2 has been released. The specification freeze, which will lock down the list of […]
Microsoft has released a preview version of Internet Explorer 9. The IE9 Platform Preview includes the first release of Microsoft’s […]
Version 0.93 of the open-source ORM framework ‘ujorm‘ is now available to download. Ujorm is provides a type-safe API for […]
Atricore have launched a new open source platform for federated identity services: Aticore Identity Bus. It includes a pluggable architecture, […]
AJDT targeting Eclipse 3.6 is now available for download. The AspectJ Development Tools (AJDT) project provides Eclipse-based tool support for AOSD […]
Another Eclipse project has joined the growing list of Eclipse SOA sub-projects, according to a blog post by Florian Lautenbacher. The Java Workflow Tooling (JWT) project has completed the Move Review, and is now a part of the Eclipse SOA top-level project. It will join Swordfish and STP SCA as Eclipse SOA sub-projects.
“How did OSGi get that way?” This is the question Neil Bartlett sets out to answer in his blog post […]
GateIn version 3.0 is now available to download. The GateIn open source portal framework, is a collaborative effort between eXo […]