Topic: codenvy

Red Hat to acquire developer workspaces provider Codenvy

Red Hat is adding the developer tools and containerized workspaces provider Codenvy to its portfolio. The company has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Codenvy. As part of the acquisition, Red Hat will add Codency to its existing portfolio of developer and application platform tools. “Thanks to the increasing push towards digital transformation and the … continue reading

Codenvy enables developers to work in teams

In today’s agile world, developers are accustomed to working in teams, but team roles and requirements are constantly changing. To address this, cloud workspace provider Codenvy is introducing Codenvy Teams in addition to its workspaces for individuals and enterprises. Codenvy Teams is designed to give developers the tools necessarily to collaborate on a common goal. … continue reading

Codenvy, Microsoft and Red Hat collaborate on Language Server Protocol

Eclipse and Microsoft are bringing their IDEs closer together thanks to a new protocol created by a collaboration between the Eclipse Che project, Microsoft and Red Hat. The result is a Language Server Protocol, an open-source, JSON-based data exchange protocol for language servers. Tyler Jewell, CEO of Codenvy and lead of the Eclipse Che project, … continue reading

Codenvy server reaches general availability

Codenvy, the browser-based IDE and workspace server, reached general availability today. The update comes shortly after a major update to the workspace server project, Eclipse Che, upon which Codenvy is based. “Codenvy is the first enterprise offering based on Eclipse Che that empowers anyone, anywhere to contribute to any project without having to install software,” … continue reading

EclipseCon kicks off with Che release

Eclipse Che, the developer workspace server and cloud IDE, had its initial release this morning at EclipseCon. Mike Milinkovich, executive director of the Eclipse Foundation, said of the project: “Eclipse Che is rethinking the way IDEs are built and used by developers. It uses Docker, Java and JavaScript to create a more flexible and dynamic … continue reading

Eclipse Che beta arrives

The Eclipse Foundation’s Web-based IDE, Che, entered beta today. The project is the culmination of 18 months of work and more than 5,000 commits from developers. The result is a browser-based, polyglot IDE that can connect to a remote Che Workspace server. Stévan Le Meur is product manager at Codenvy, and he’s been working on … continue reading

Eclipse and Codenvy push for Web-based Java IDE

The Eclipse Foundation envisions a future where software is written within a browser. While the Eclipse Orion project has already produced a Web-based IDE for JavaScript, HTML and CSS, today the Eclipse Foundation announced the Eclipse Cloud Development project, an effort to bring even more of the software development tool chain into the browser. The … continue reading

JavaOne’s main course: Platform changes

Closures and a merging of Java SE/ME were forecasted for Java developers, while Oracle showed off Java SE 8 … continue reading

Investors support browser-based Java IDE Codenvy

Company launches open beta for Java developers, and its CEO talks about what’s in store … continue reading

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