Tim Fox of Red Hat explains the basics of Vert.x and how it will help bring us into a reactive future.
Established in 2004, the Eclipse Foundation has become a shining testament to what truly open-source development can achieve. Here are just a few highlights.
We spoke to the creator of asynchronous polyglot JVM platform Vert.x about what Vert.x offers Java developers, and more.
Javas alternative to node.js has made it out of development hell for its next big version.
The Linux experts cloud platform has received an enterprise update to put it on the same footing as the open source offering.
The asynchronous JVM framework looks set for a regeneration, following a long period of transition to the Eclipse Foundation.
Projects may soon be allowed to host trunk on external services, says foundation boss after Vert.x epiphany.
New JVM framework is designed for event and data-driven applications – but is it too late to compete with Atmosphere and Vert.x?
With IP dispute laid to rest, Node.js-inspired project around two months from joining open-source foundation.
The polyglot asynchronous framework looks set to take up residence at Eclipse, following intense community discussion.
But creator Tim Fox says a complete breakdown of trust with his former employer means a fork may still be imminent.
Now the creator has left VMware, where does it leave the asynchronous framework likened to node.js
The date and venue are set. Now its time to get your session abstracts in.
We flick back through the calendar to pick out the highlights from the development year.