Plug-ins, to add capabilities to the IDE. Rely on APIs compatible with Visual Studio Code. Plug-ins are isolated and provide their own dependencies packaged in containers.
Workbenches, to create pre-configured Che workspaces with dedicated set of tools.
Alternate IDEs, to provide specialized tooling within Eclipse Che. Build your own, based on Eclipse Theia, or pick existing ones like Jupyter.
Marketplace (soon), to easily distribute tools and custom IDEs to users and communities which can be tried online.
Expend the supported languages by relying on the Language Server Protocol.
Extend debug capabilities with the Debug Adapter Protocol.
Integrate your favorite tools and build tailored developer experiences.
Add your own items to the IDE components.
Build custom themes, extend the UI and make it your own.
Make the default Monaco based editor your home.
Add new keymaps and popular keybindings to make the environment feels natural.
A re-packaging of Eclipse Che distributable as a set of containers for public and private Cloud.
The Che server and each workspace has all services programmable through REST APIs.
Discover how to build Eclipse Che plug-ins and create your custom Cloud IDEs.
Developer tooling for simplifying multicore platform development based on Che.
A tailored development environment for SAP HANA based on Che.