Topic: eclipse

Google donates Instantiations code to Eclipse

Donation consists of CodePro Profiler and WindowBuilder; Genuitec announces support for WindowBuilder, coming in 2011 … continue reading

The five “Next Big Things” in open source

What do experts see as the “projects to watch” for 2011 and beyond? … continue reading

Eclipse, Google talk up Helios, Android

The two companies talk about what Eclipse’s release train means for Android developers … continue reading

Oracle jumps onboard the Eclipse Helios train

Eclipse 3.6-based development tools arrive for Fusion middleware, Oracle 11g and WebLogic … continue reading

Tasktop Pro keeps up with Eclipse Mylyn release

Connectors to Bugzilla and other programs; it also has new capabilities for collaborative work … continue reading

Helios hits its due date for Eclipse developers

Highlights include a new Linux IDE, a new JavaScript package and a new Eclipse Marketplace, among others … continue reading

IBM submits EGL project proposal to Eclipse

The project will give developers access to EGL source code, compilers and generators … continue reading

Among Eclipse developers, Windows loses ground

Eclipse Community Survey shows Linux gaining in popularity; also, Subversion is the dominant SCM for Eclipse … continue reading

Enterprise OSGi uptake tops EclipseCon

To accomplish this, the foundation has released two runtime-focused environments … continue reading

Maven Studio for Eclipse gets developers up to speed

Sonatype tool simplifies onboarding by giving developers a way to easily deploy fully configured Eclipse … continue reading

Eclipse creates new sub-projects for Mylyn

The sub-projects are designed to help organizations adopt agile ALM, and they will also bring diversity to Mylyn … continue reading

SpringSource hands dm Server to Eclipse

The OSGi-based application server is handed to Eclipse in hopes of spurring more use of OSGi bundles in enterprise … continue reading

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