Topic: eclipse

Eclipse Luna release train has arrived

Java 8 support enters numerous sub projects, UI receives some love, and Code Recommenders offers crowdsourcing for snippets … continue reading

Eclipse puts Orion and desktop tools into Flux

Project announced at EclipseCon also coincides with the latest Java release and an emphasis on the Internet of Things … continue reading

SD Times Blog: EclipseCon kicks off Monday

Java 8 plug-ins, the Internet of Things, the C Development Tool chain and more will be featured … continue reading

Open source in 2013: Projects continue to sprout

With Hadoop pulling away from everything else, all eyes were on OpenStack, and the competition between Mirantis and Red Hat … continue reading

Eclipse release train for Kepler arrives June 26

New version of Eclipse includes Stardust for business process management, and Orion 3.0 for Web-based development … continue reading

A slow year for Java was a welcome reprieve

After years of worry and strife over the health and relevance of the language, 2012 was notable for not endangering Java … continue reading

2013: The year of the browser-based IDE

With the release of Orion 1.0 and other Web-based IDEs growing to maturity, 2013 could be the year Web IDEs take hold … continue reading

Eclipse Juno introduces Code Recommenders

Version 4.2 offers more intelligent code completion, as well as a new Lua IDE and the ability to use themes … continue reading

Letters to the Editor: Subversion won’t be a DVCS!

A reader feels misrepresented by one of our stories; another offers an in-depth explanation of Eclipse’s mentoring process … continue reading

From the Editors: Seeing through an Eclipse

Eclipse has made it through 10 years, and we salute it; Google did right by unforking Android … continue reading

The maturation of Web-based IDEs

While they’re not exactly a hot topic yet, these IDEs are starting to become usable, especially for cloud-based developers … continue reading

Top five cool things from Eclipse

After 10 years of development, we take a look at some of the interesting projects that have come from this open-source IDE … continue reading

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