Eclipse Foundation News
The Eclipse Science Working Group, a working group of the Eclipse Foundation, today announced the new releases of five open source projects used by the scientific research community.
Learn more about JUnit 5, e4 on JavaFX, scripting with EASE, embedded tools and Eclipse CDT, the Ferret search tool, and software ethics.
What is EE4J? Will it become the brand that replaces Java EE? Read the blog post to find out.
October 5 is the last day to save €100 on ECE registration.
To encourage end-user support, we are launching the October Donation Campaign. The goal is to have over 1000 individuals donate to the Eclipse Foundation and help support the overall community.
IoT enthusiast? This Challenge is for you! Submit your IoT solution proposal by November 13.
Java 9 has been released into the world and support to make your Eclipse IDE ready to build, run, and debug Java 9 applications is available from the Eclipse Marketplace.
When Eclipse is launched on macOS 10.13 and user's primary language is not set to English, all the menu items in the main menubar are disabled. However, Context menus are not disabled
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In the September issue of the Eclipse Newsletter, discover everything you need to know about Eclipse MicroProfile.
Oracle announced today that they, along with IBM and Red Hat, will be moving Java EE to the Eclipse Foundation.
The Papyrus Industry Consortium, an Eclipse Foundation Working Group, is pleased to announce the release of Eclipse Papyrus for Real Time v1.0 (Papyrus-RT) a fully open source modeling tool intended for teams working on the design and implementation of embedded reactive systems.
The Eclipse Foundation is pleased to announce a new version 2 of the Eclipse Public License (EPL v2) has been approved by the Eclipse Foundation Board of Directors and the Open Source Initiative (OSI).
The latest newsletter is all about new and exciting projects!
The keynotes are announced, and the schedule is on line for ECE 2017. Register now!
We're lauching a quarterly Eclipse IoT Newsletter. Subscribe to receive the first issue this September.
Register for the Eclipse IoT Day co-located with ThingMonk on September 11 in London, UK.
A listing on Eclipse Marketplace, called Eclipse Class Decompiler, contains binary code that could be used for adware and could potentially download files to Eclipse workspaces.
The latest Eclipse Newsletter is now available. Read it and learn how to try out Java 9 Support for Eclipse Oxygen!
There’s still time until July 17th, to get your submission in for this year’s EclipseCon Europe in Ludwigsburg Germany.
We're proud to announce the arrival of Eclipse Oxygen, the 12th annual simultaneous release from the Eclipse Community. DOWNLOAD NOW!
Find out more about the latest Eclipse Simultaneous Release in the June issue of the Eclipse Newsletter!
Submit your talks by June 30 to be selected for featuring in the early promotion. October 24-26 in Ludwigsburg Germany.
Capella IC to host the Capella Ecosystem stakeholders in a vendor neutral way, organized by an open governance model.
Download and test release candidate 3 for Eclipse Oxygen!
Sign up for learning at EclipseCon France, June 21-22. XText, Capella, Science, Docker, LSP and much more!
Everything you need to know about the Language Server Procotol (aka LSP) is in this month's newsletter!
What is an Eclipse DemoCamp and why should I organise one?
We worked with Deutsche Bahn (DB) to find out how they use Eclipse IoT technology on their railway system!
Submissions are now open for EclipseCon Europe 2017, October 24 - 26, in Ludwigsburg, Germany.
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Announcing the creation of the Eclipse IoT Open Testbeds, an initiative to drive adoption of IoT open source and open standards.