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EclipseSource has well over a decade of experience in designing, developing and enhancing tools for a variety of domains and based on all major technology platforms. Whether it is a classic IDE for software engineering, a modeling tool for your domain experts or a domain-specific solution for engineers, whether the tool is a web-based, a desktop-based application, a tool based on Eclipse Theia or a plugin for Eclipse, EclipseSource can support you in implementing the best possible solution for your use case. We provide a complete range of services including conception, evaluation, training, support, and consulting/implementation all with a special focus on framework adoption, creation, and (long-term) maintenance. EclipseSource is a major contributor to a large number of open source projects inside and outside the Eclipse ecosystem. EclipseSource is distributed over multiple locations in Europe and serves a truly global customer base from various domains, ranging from Fortune 100 corporations to individual developers

EclipseSource's Marketplace Listings

  • EMFStore Model Repository 1.9.0
    EMFStore is a model repository for the Eclipse Modeling Framework (EMF) and features collaborative editing and versioning of models. Existing versioning systems such as git or SVN are focused on textual artifacts and do not work well for models. EMFS...
  • Remote Application Platform (RAP) Tools 3.4.0
    RAP provides a powerful widget toolkit and integrates well with proven technologies such as OSGi and JEE. You can write your application entirely in Java, re-use code and benefit from first-class IDE tools. The RAP Tools contain useful tools, templat...
  • JSHint Eclipse
    JSHint integration for the Eclipse IDE. Maintained by Ralf Sternberg, EclipseSource. For version history check https://github.com/eclipsesource/jshint-eclipse/releases You can update from command line with `nodeclipse update jshint`, see Node...
  • EMF Forms 1.25.0
    EMF Forms provides a new way of developing form-based UIs. Instead of manually coding form-based layouts, it allows you to describe the UI with a simple model instead of with code. The approach allows you to more efficiently produce and iteratively r...

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