Topic: eclipse

Eclipse Photon IDE now available

The Eclipse Foundation has announced the latest version of the Eclipse IDE. The Photon release is designed to expand on polyglot capabilities based on the Language Server Protocol plugins. “The Language Server Protocol (LSP) ecosystem delivers editing support for popular and emerging programming languages. Combined with the move to a quarterly rolling release cadence, the … continue reading

Parasoft’s Jtest 10.4 increases code coverage while reducing unit testing time

Parasoft says it is reducing the time it takes to do unit testing with the latest release of Jtest. Jtest is the company’s automated Java software testing and static analysis tool. According to the company, Jtest 10.4 increases code coverage while greatly reducing the time it takes to do unit testing compared to previous versions. … continue reading

Report: Java developers are most excited to work with Kotlin

RebelLabs wants to get inside the mind of a programmer with its 2017 Developer Productivity Report. The report focuses on why developers use certain tools over others and how satisfied they are in their selection of those tools, architecture, and other aspects of development. The report is based off of more than 2,000 from Java developers … continue reading

SD Times News Digest: InterBase 2017 Update 1 release, Microsoft no longer adding new features to Windows Phones, and more

Embarcadero Technologies announced release of InterBase 2017 Update 1 Embarcadero Technologies has announced the release of InterBase 2017 Update 1. This update adds 32-bit and 64-bit support for MacOS for InterBase 2017 Developer and Server Editions. It also includes bug fixes for Windows and Linux and support for Windows 10 Creator’s Update. The new update … continue reading

Eclipse Oxygen, the Android Things Console, and Sonatype acquires Vor Security — SD Times news digest: June 29, 2017

The Eclipse Foundation has announced Eclipse Oxygen is now available. The Oxygen release includes 83 projects, 287 committers, and about 71 million lines of code. “We’re proud to announce the arrival of Eclipse Oxygen, the 12th annual simultaneous release from the Eclipse Community,” the foundation wrote. Most notably missing from this release is support for … continue reading

Eclipse Foundation offers IoT testbeds

To build a complete Internet of Things solution, one would need hardware, different types of software, cloud infrastructure and an ecosystem of vendors for the task. The Eclipse Foundation today is releasing Eclipse IoT Open Testbeds, which demonstrate how open-source software is used to create these solutions. “The industry really needs a showcase of how … continue reading

Eclipse Che hits 5.0

The Eclipse Foundation’s Che Project is stepping up to version 5.0. Announced online at the virtual CheConf yesterday, Codenvy CEO Tyler Jewell gave a keynote address that discussed the features added to the platform originally created by his company. Che 5.0, he said, is seeing milestone releases every two weeks, and is slated for completion … continue reading

Gradle 3.0, Sumo Logic’s Unified Logs and Metrics solution, PNDA comes to Linux—SD Times news digest: Aug. 16, 2016

Gradle 3.0 has been released with fixes in the Gradle Daemon with specific fixes on Windows platforms, as well as the first support for Gradle Script Kotlin (a Kotlin-based build language for Gradle scripts). The support for Gradle Script Kotlin provides deep integration with both Eclipse and IDEA, including things such as auto-completion, refactoring, and navigation … 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

Eclipse Neon release train arrives

The Eclipse Neon release train arrived this morning, right on schedule for the second-to-last Wednesday of June. With this annual release, Eclipse adds support for high-DPI monitors, and brings improvements to JavaScript and PHP supports in the language. Ian Skerrett, director of marketing for the Eclipse Foundation, said that this release includes a “reboot of … 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

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