In his article, Quo vadis Eclipse?, Holger Voorman ventures a glimpse into the future. He describes, how model changes are visualized in a three-dimensional manner and how he can fly over layers of abstraction by his finger tips. The article explains how this is possible with GEF3D today although we have to use the mouse for navigation.
The Eclipse Foundation has announced Graphiti, a proposed open source project under the Eclipse Modeling Project (EMP). The EMP provides […]
The Apache Jackrabbit community has released a beta of Apache Jackrabbit 2.0 for download. Apache Jackrabbit is a fully featured […]
The official website of the Vancouver Winter Olympics 2010 is using software platform JavaFX for displaying the medal history of […]
Version 5.5 of framework and runtime environment Ascape is now available for download. Ascape is research-orientated software that supports the […]
Xmappr, an 80kb library for mapping XML to Java classes, has been released for download. Xmappr has several interesting features, […]
SpringSource announced the general release of Spring Roo 1.0.0 on December 31st, after an extensive period of eight alpha releases […]
The JVM Language Summit 2009, a conference dedicated to the advancement of programming languages executing on top of the JVM, […]
We talked to Gustavo de Paula, contributor to the MTJ project.
Neal Ford from ThoughtWorks talks about ancient philosphers and what old lessons still work for modern problems today.
Oracle’s Doug Clarke tells us about the EclipseLink project and Oracle’s donation of the TopLink codebase to the Eclipse Foundation