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Eclipse Che Tutorial: Step by step to your own plug-in

March 28, 2017

Eclipse Che is one of the most exciting new projects at Eclipse. This tutorial series by Jonas Helming, Maximilian Kögel and Matthias Hansen shows that Che is more than a pure browser IDE.

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Codenvy, Eclipse Che, Docker, and Couchbase

March 23, 2017

I sat down during a break in the conference and knocked out a simple Couchbase Lite Java app. Codenvy has adopted Eclipse Che, which gives you a full featured editor that runs in your browser.

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In Spanish: Eclipse Che changes the philosophy of work

March 12, 2017

When Creating a stock j2ee server with optimizations in Che, I realized that my approach was wrong because it was a classic approach.

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In Italian: Why Choose a Cloud IDE

March 12, 2017

Programming with a Cloud IDE is a radical choice for a programmer. So why choose to change? The reasons are actually many ...

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In German: Eclipse Che 5.4 has a diagnostic tool

March 9, 2017

The tool allows developers to examine the environment for obstacles such as blocked ports.

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Visualizing Docker Containers in Eclipse Che with Weave Scope

Mar 9th, 2017

When I first started working with Che it took me a while to understand each Eclipse Che workspace is a separate Docker container, but with this visualisation the understanding is immediate...

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Creating a new stack in Eclipse Che from an existing Docker image

Feb 24th, 2017

Eclipse Che 5.0 provides the ability to quickly create a new stack based on an existing Docker image.

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Why You Should Know the Language Server Protocol

Feb 17th, 2017

If you are a language developer now you can build just one language server to support many editors, including Visual Studio Code and Eclipse Che or Eclipse IDE...

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Eclipse Che and Eclipse Neon, like potatoes and apple juice!

Feb 17th, 2017

As a preparation for my presentation at the customer I will go into the differences between Che and Neon....

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German: Eclipse Weekly: New Board of Directors, Eclipse Che 5.2 and Diversity at the Foundation

February 15th, 2017

Eclipse Che is enjoying continued popularity, not least due to the relatively regular updates released for the development environment. Recently, Eclipse Che 5.2 was released...

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Getting Started With Eclipse Che on Windows 10

Feb 14th, 2017

Over the last year or so there has been a reasonable amount of evolution of the best way to get Eclipse Che running on Windows...

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German: How to Install Eclipse Che on Linux and Windows

Feb 10th, 2017

This week I would like to share with you my experiences concerning the installation and setup of Eclipse Che on Windows / Linux (Ubuntu)...

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EMF Support for Che - Day 0: Motivation

Feb 9th, 2017

At EclipseCon North America 2016, the first public release of Eclipse Che was announced. Almost immediately, there was a new cloud-based IDE in the Eclipse ecosystem. At first glance, it is an IDE running in the browser...

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How to Get Started with xText and Che

Feb 1st, 2017

Eclipse Che 5 has support for the Microsoft Language Server Protocol and so has Eclipse Xtext in its new Version 2.11. So let's see how we can bring them both together...

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Rust Language Server and Eclipse Che

Jan 23rd, 2017

The Rust Language Server adds code auto-completion, goto definition, reformatting and other features for any IDE that supports the Language Services Protocol - like Eclipse Che...

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Eclipse Che 5.0 is out

January 16th, 2017

Eclipse Che 5.0 comes bearing gifts: new CLI, Docker Compose Runtimes, Workspace Snapshots, Language Server Protocol, Stack Editor, new Debuggers...

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Eclipse Che 5.0 ist fertig

January 13th, 2017

German: Die Entwicklerplattform bekommt ein neues CLI und verwendet das Language Server Protocol. Außerdem können Workspaces nun mehrere Container enthalten.....

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Eclipse Che 5.0 Announced

Dec 12th, 2016

Japanese: コンテナ化されたポータブルな開発ワークプレースであるEclipse Cheのために開催された仮想ユーザカンファレンスCheConf16の第1回において,CheプロジェクトのリーダであるCodenvy CEOのTyler Jewell氏は,Eclipse Che 5.0を発表した。...

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Providing a Cloud IDE for Embedded Software

Dec 12th, 2016

Japanese: A new cloud-based IDE built on Eclipse Che will come to market in Japan from Mizanomiya. The product is available now with an enhanced version planned for January 2017. There are new problems in the embedded software world that can't be solved by assuming everyone has a desktop IDE...

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Building lejOS EV3 with Eclipse Che

Dec 8th, 2016

Japanese: using Che is advantageous because of easy clean up, easy to make the environment the same for installation on multiple development machines, simultaneous editing is possible from multiple browsers, it is easy to pair program, resource demands are low so any device (even tablet) is okay...

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First Steps in Java without any Setup

Dec 6th, 2016

Russian: Open Source Eclipse Che software - the new generation of IDE for collaborative development software. Not so familiar to us "oldies", but allows you to develop locally ... and we do not even need to install anything...

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Docker Joins Eclipse, Updates Commercial Platform

November 21th, 2016

This past week, Docker announced that it is joining the Eclipse Foundation, which is a leading developer tools organization that produces its namesakeDocker Eclipse IDE. Eclipse is also home to the Che developer workspace server and cloud IDE, which is becoming an increasingly popular option...

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Eclipse Che IDE starts supporting Docker

November 18th, 2016

At CheConf 2016, Eclipse Che 5.0 has emerged as the latest portable development workspace. The latest IDE supports Docker to enable easy development of containerised apps. The updated Eclipse Che includes Docker Compose Workspaces to let developers...

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Using Gradle with Eclipse Che

November 18th, 2016

【縛りプレイ中】Codenvy(Eclipse Che)でGradleのプロジェクトをまともに使えるようにしたい(その2)....

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Eclipse Che IDE starts supporting Docker

November 18th, 2016

Docker hat angekündigt, Mitglied der Eclipse Foundation zu werden. Auf der virtuellen Konferenz CheConf 2016 wurden zudem Integrationen von Docker in die Cloud-IDE Eclipse Che vorgestellt....

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Eclipse Che 5.0 verwendet das Language Server Protocol

November 17th, 2016

Außerdem können Entwickler nun Dockerfiles und Docker Compose Files in Che erstellen. Zu den weiteren Neuerungen gehört die Möglichkeit, Workspaces für spezielle Aufgaben zu konfigurieren....

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Eclipse Che 5.0 Brings Docker Compose Support, Workspace Agents, and More

November 16th, 2016

At the first CheConf16, a virtual user conference dedicated to Eclipse Che, a containerized portable development workspace, Codenvy CEO and Che project leader Tyler Jewell announced Eclipse Che 5.0. Expected to be released before the end...

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Eclipse Che Joins the Docker Revolution

November 16th, 2016

Eclipse Che 5.0 is making accommodations for Docker containers and Language Server Protocol across multiple IDEs. The newest version of the Eclipse Foundation’s cloud-based IDE and workspace server will be...

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Eclipse Che Hits 5.0

November 16th, 2016

The Eclipse Foundation’s Che Project is stepping up to version 5.0. Announced online at the virtual CheConf yesterday, Codenvy CEO Tyler Jewell gave a keynote address that discussed the features added to the platform originally created by his company...

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Docker Joins Eclipse Foundation and Eclipse Che Project

November 15th, 2016

Eclipse Che is a developer workspace server and cloud IDE. With Che, you can define a workspace with the project code files and all of their dependencies necessary to edit, build, run, and debug them. You can share your workspaces with other team members...

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Eclipse Che 5.0 Announced at CheConf 2016

November 15th, 2016

When we launched Eclipse Che in January, appetite for a seamless, portable development workspace was immediately apparent. In this short time, a robust community of developers and partners have transformed Che into one of the fastest-growing open source projects, with 600,000 usage hours...

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Introduction to Eclipse Che, a Next-Generation Web-Based IDE

November 14th, 2016

Correctly installing and configuring an integrated development environment, workspace, and build tools in order to contribute to a project can be a daunting or time consuming task, even for experienced developers...

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Made with Che: Zend Training

November 11th, 2016

Hi Kaloyan, can you explain your project in one sentence for people who aren’t familiar with it? Kaloyan: Sure, we’re introducing Che into the Zend Training process by providing students with a ready-to-play-with PHP development environment...

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Made with Che: RedHat OpenShift and Eclipse Che

November 9th, 2016

Eclipse Che has a rich community of contributors and partners. The “Made With Che” interview series shares their stories, highlighting the most exciting projects and opportunities to contribute to Che...

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German: Codenvy - New Version at Codenvy.io

November 4th, 2016

Die neue Version der Cloud IDE Codenvy, quasi die SaaS-Version von Eclipse Che, ist nun unter Codenvy.io verfügbar. Die Homepage des Unternehmens ist weiterhin Codenvy.com (zumindest bisher)...

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Using Docker to Build a Cross-Platform CLI

October 17th, 2016

Docker has been a life saver for Eclipse Che. We originally made the choice to use Docker as the engine for workspaces starting in 2013, but it’s power has extended beyond offering a convenient runtime for developers. We’ve applied Docker to our installation...

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use Your Favorite Framework with Eclipse Che with Bitnami

October 16th, 2016

Choose any framework and within a couple clicks, get to town...

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Announcing CheConf 2016: Cloud Workspace Virtual Conference

October 13th, 2016

When we announced Eclipse Che to the world in the EclipseCon keynote the response was overwhelmingly positive. Even so, if you’d told me that only seven months later I’d be announcing Che’s first user...

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Discovering Docker's IP Address

October 12th, 2016

With Eclipse Che, we write a lot of utilities using Docker containers. They are small in footprint and portable that can run on many different operating systems without the user having to install additional software....

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Tutorial: Java and Maven in Eclipse Che

October 5th, 2016

Eclipse Che was written in Java. Get started with the rich Intellisense and Java tools in this tutorial....

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Article: Setup Remote Debugging of Eclipse Che Modules

October 4th, 2016

Eclipse Che has a large codebase which consists of a dozen of individual modules. Basically, if you work on a separate module it is utterly convenient to have only this particular module imported to the IDE and setup the remote debugging...

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ADTMag: One-Click Cloud Dev Stacks From Codenvy and Bitnami

October 3rd, 2016

Developer workspaces builder Codenvy, the leading commercial supporter of Eclipse Che, is partnering with Bitnami, the leading library for open source server application deployments, to create "one-click" programming stacks to simplify the developer workflow for common frameworks...

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SDTimes: Language Server Protocol Foretells Future for Developers

September 23rd, 2016

Developers have long stuck to their own treasured IDEs like baseball players and their lucky socks. Back in June, Codenvy, Microsoft and MuleSoft made a somewhat innocuous announcement that (long term) could eliminate a lot of the variances that currently exist in IDEs and other software development tools...

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JAXenter: OpenShift 3 + Eclipse Che - Match Made in Heaven

September 23rd, 2016

The concept of universal workspaces, championed by Eclipse Che, gave Red Hat the ability to easily replicate and distribute the entire development workspace. Red Hat and Codenvy have integrated Che with OpenShift, providing an easy way to copy both your runtime, and your development workspace...

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TheNewStack: Streamlining Developer Workflows with Eclipse Che and Bitnami

September 23rd, 2016

What happens when you marry certified production Docker images from Bitnami with reproducible developer workspaces in a consistent workflow with Eclipse Che...

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Eclipse Cloud Development at EclipseCon EU 2016

September 22nd, 2016

Join us at EclipseCon 2016 to discover, learn, and share all things Eclipse...

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JavaOne vendors talk tools, Oracle, and Eclipse Che

September 22nd, 2016

At Oracle OpenWorld and JavaOne this week, the software development industry was on hand to show off its new tools and to comment on Oracle’s myriad announcements. Oracle founder and chairman Larry Ellison doubled-down on cloud technologies, offering more cloud services, a cloud-in-a-box on-premise system, and a road map for Java EE...

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New Runnable service ... compared to Eclipse Che

September 21st, 2016

Once Runnable is pointed to a user's GitHub repository, each branch receives its own isolated infrastructure. It's similar to another company, Codenvy, which focuses on container-hosted collaborative developer workspaces linked to the Eclipse Che...

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RedHat links Java and Eclipse Che to Visual Studio Code

September 20th, 2016

An extension based on the Language Server Protocol offers developers expanded use of Microsoft's development tool...

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Running Eclipse Che with Docker and AppFog

September 19th, 2016

Most developers use an integrated development environment (IDE) to build and manage their products. Eclipse Che is a developer workspace server and cloud IDE that allows a team to share development space over the network in a system entirely encapsulated in Docker images...

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Eclipse Weekly: Eclipse vs. IntelliJ

September 17th, 2016

Content marketing is more powerful than (professional) marketing, for example, shows Eclipse Che. Founder Tyler Jewell specifies their team schedules 10-15 hours / week for content marketing. The results speak for themselves...

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Video: Portable Development in the Cloud with Eclipse Che

September 16th, 2016

David Dennis, VP Marketing at Bitnami and Brad Micklea, COO Codenvy demonstrate how to create a consistnet development workflow with reproducible environments in the cloud with Eclipse Che and Bitnami Docker images...

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The Future of IDEs: Eclipse Che, The Next-Generation Eclipse IDE

September 15th, 2016

The developer workspace has evolved to support every language, framework, paradigm and runtime. Yet, developers are frustrated. They want to do more but cannot, inhibited by workspaces that are non-portable, non-collaborative and difficult to configure. Universal workspaces are essential...

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Bitnami and Codenvy: Ready-to-Go Stacks for a Simple Developer Experience

September 13th, 2016

Bitnami and Codenvy release one-click cloud programming stacks for Express, Play, Swift, Symfony, Codeigniter, Laravel and Rails...

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Docker Workspaces vs Vagrant VMs

September 9th, 2016

Development teams need easy-to-configure, reproducible and portable developer workspaces controlled by a single consistent workflow to maximize their productivity. Over the years, developers have flocked...

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IT World: Choosing Your Java IDE

September 6th, 2016

Comparing Eclipse, NetBeans, and IntelliJ IDEA for features, usability, and project size and type. Eclipse Che is a top lightweight...

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The death of localhost and the rise of cloud development

September 3rd, 2016

If there was any skepticism when Marc Andreessen declared software was “eating the world,” there’s little doubt five years later that nearly every business and industry is running on software delivered as online services...

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Hands On: Creating Custom IDE Themes in Eclipse Che

September 2nd, 2016

Customization of an IDE doesn’t just apply to tailored runtimes or choice of programming language, but also to the IDE’s appearance. Eclipse Che allows developers to choose from two themes, Dark or Light, which can be...

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Release Notes: Eclipse Che 4.7: Usability!

September 1st, 2016

This release focuses on usability with an updated multi-pane editor, tabbed terminals, dashboard and command macros...

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Snaps with Eclipse Che Design

August 24th, 2016

This post explains how “Snaps with Eclipse Che” works in detail; for a getting started guide see snaps-eclipse-che. Firstly the code works through an agent written in go...

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Hands-on: Getting Started with Che Plugins

August 24th, 2016

This piece describes how to extend Eclipse Che with custom plugins, e.g. to provide support for new languages. It covers various aspects from adding new file types, extending the code editor, adding IntelliSense features, defining a specific project-type, and accessing the workspace...

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CodeTalk Ep. 3: Tyler Jewell on Eclipse Che and keeping developers in the code

August 23rd, 2016

Tyler Jewell, founder and CEO of Codenvy, talks about Eclipse Che (for which Tyler is also project lead), un-frustrating developer workspaces, and creating a protocol for context-aware, in-IDE, IntelliSense-like help for all programming languages...

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Snaps with Eclipse Che

August 22nd, 2016

Eclipse Che is a cloud based IDE that allows you to develop and deploy from within a web browser, and snaps are a universal linux package that can run on any distribution or device. Combining these together allows you to develop from anywhere and remotely deploy to anything. This is really cool for IoT, as there are loads of snappy machines, e.g. Raspberry Pi, that can be deployed to...

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Configure and Run Plain Java Apps in Eclipse Che

August 20th, 2016

This post will demonstrate how to develop and run standard Java applications in Eclipse Che. We’ll start by creating and running a simple “Hello World” example using...

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Eclipse Newsletter: Eclipse Che - Next-Generation Eclipse IDE

August 17th, 2016

This month, I am happy to bring to you a newsletter filled with articles about Eclipse Che. Start at the top to learn what Eclipse Che is and how to easily contribute to open source...

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Simplified Open Source Contributions with Eclipse Che

August 16th, 2016

I remember one of my first Eclipse contributions. It was in 2008, on the Standard Widget Toolkit (SWT) project. I submitted a bugzilla issue and uploaded a patch with a one-line change. It took me some time to achieve this very simple task...

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TheNewStack: A Close Look at Eclipse Che

August 12th, 2016

The era of microservices and cloud-native applications, Software Development Lifecycle (SDLC) is going through a major transformation. The combination of containers and continuous integration and deployment (CI/CD) is enabling rapid deployment of software like never before...

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Release Notes: Eclipse Che 4.6: Simplicity!

August 12th, 2016

Thank you to everyone that has made Eclipse Che successful. If you haven’t seen it – Tyler’s summary on the first six months of Eclipse Che discusses the rate of growth and the participation of the community. Also,...

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Community: Paving the Future

August 6th, 2016

Eclipse Che will pave the way by allowing companies on premises installs...

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TheNewStack: IDEs are Moving to the Cloud

August 5th, 2016

During the early days of my career, I used a variety of development environments, including the most popular Turbo C along with FoxPro, PowerBuilder, and Delphi before finally settling down with Microsoft Visual Studio. The first line of code...

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Datacenter Knowledge: Red Hat, Microsoft and Codenvy Push DevOps with New Language Protocol

August 3rd, 2016

Red Hat, Microsoft and Codenvy partnered recently to knock down another barrier to open collaboration through the launch of a new open source project called Language Server Protocol. Here’s what it means for the channel...

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Pair Programming 4 Editors with Eclipse Che

August 2nd, 2016

Google summer of code student Randika Navagamuwa shows off pair programming with 4 editors all in Eclipse Che...

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What's Cooking in Nuxeo? Eclipse Che

August 1st, 2016

We are currently experimenting with how we can provide an all-in-one development environment. The goal is to allow users to bootstrap...

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German: Eclipse Che - the IDE of the Future?

July 29th, 2016

After about two years of development, the browser IDE Eclipse Che has left the beta phase beginning 2016th A good time to look at the differences from traditional Eclipse and the features of Che...

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Hands-On: Configure and Run Plain Java Apps in Che

July 27th, 2016

This post will demonstrate how to develop and run standard Java applications in Eclipse Che. We’ll start by creating and running a simple “Hello World” example using one of the Che template apps...

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Hands-On: Develop, Run & Debug Android Apps Natively

July 25th, 2016

Prepare your Android device for USB and wireless debugging in Eclipse Che...

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Release Notes: 4.5.0 With New WS URLs Out!

July 21th, 2016

This release includes new workspace URL schema, side-by-side terminals, and configurable Docker API...

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Che Project Lead: The State of Eclipse Che

July 20th, 2016

Six mopnths after the beta launch of Eclipse Che, a look at community growth and momentum...

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Japan: Write Your Own Workspace with Eclipse Che

July 17th, 2016

The story around cloud development is completed only when ...

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German: Eclipse Weekly: The Controversy Over Eclipse Che

July 13th, 2016

The weather is getting warmer and temperatures rise, at least one could assume the latter, if you read some very sultry comments from the community...

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Pair Programming in the Cloud with Eclispe Che, Eclipse Flux, and Docker

July 12th, 2016

Sun Tan demos a prototype showing multi-editing and real-time collaboration from 3 different editors -Che, Orion, Eclipse- using a Flux microservice running inside a Che Docker runner...

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A Tour of Codenvy’s Portable Developer Workspaces

July 7th, 2016

Developers today often have to juggle multiple projects but in some cases entirely different programming languages. This can become even more of an issue...

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Docs: Step-by-Step Guide to How Workspace Servers Work

July 6th, 2016

Eclipse Che defines the workspace to be the project code files and all of their dependencies necessary to edit, build, run and debug...

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German: Eclipse Weekly: Interview with Wayne Beaton

July 5th, 2016

Happy Birthday Eclipse Weekly! Along with the simultaneous release of Eclipse Neon, Codenvy announced Eclipse Che 4.4 with 65 issues resolved with particular attention on the user experience...

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Demo: Eclipse Che at DevNation and Red Hat Summit

June 30, 2016

At DevNation this week, Red Hat announced Eclipse Che as its strategic development platform. Watch Codenvy CEO Tyler Jewell introduce how Che’s containerized developer workspaces let you contribute to any project without installing software...

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Release Notes: Eclipse Che 4.4

June 30, 2016

Eclipse Che 4.4 has been released with 65 issues resolved including UX improvements to the navigation bar and console, as well support for private Docker registries...

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German: Browser IDEs Compared: Che vs. Orion vs. VS Code

June 29, 2016

The modern app development does not always occur on the local machine, but increasingly in the expanses of the Web ...

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Develop Collaboratively with Eclipse Che, Now on Bitnami!

June 28, 2016

Eclipse Che is an open source cloud IDE and developer workspace server featuring containerized workspaces that accelerate agile software development. Containerized workspaces let developers...

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Microsoft's open sourcing of .NET hits a major milestone

June 28, 2016

Microsoft’s open source programming language push reached a new milestone Monday, with the company announcing the general availability of .NET Core and ASP.NET Core 1.0....

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At DevNation, Microsoft introduces open-source Language Server Protocol

June 28, 2016

Visual Studio Code (VS Code) is a universal code editor that works with any programming language. Currently, VS Code supports 150 programming languages available in the editor itself or through extensions available in the Visual Studio Marketplace...

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Microsoft announces open-source Language Server Protocol

June 28, 2016

At the DevNation conference in San Francisco, Microsoft announced an open, JSON-based protocol that anyone can use to add support for a new programming language to VS Code by implementing a “language server”. They also revealed that Red Hat and Codenvy are now adopting this language server protocol along with other tool creators...

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Microsoft, Red Hat to enhance programming language

June 28, 2016

Microsoft recently announced the general availability of .NET Core 1.0 and ASP.NET Core 1.0 on Windows, OS X and Linux at the three day Red Hat summit being held at San Francisco. .NET Core is a cross-platform, open source, and modular .NET platform for creating modern web apps, micro-services, libraries and console applications...

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Microsoft, Red Hat release open source programming protocol

June 28, 2016

Microsoft has released a protocol that allows developers to easily add new programming language support for coding tools, in partnership with developer workspaces provider Codenvy and enterprise Linux distributor Red Hat....

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Microsoft releases cross-platform .NET Core 1.0 at Linux event

June 28, 2016

Microsoft has announced the release of .NET Core 1.0 and ASP.NET Core 1.0, the open source, cross-platform fork of the .NET Framework, letting people know at the Red Hat DevNation summit in San Francisco...

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Open-source Microsoft protocol aims to be a programming standard

June 28, 2016

Microsoft -- yes, Microsoft -- announced at the DevNation conference in San Francisco that it's releasing an open-source language server protocol. More interesting still, this is being done in concert with Codenvy and Red Hat...

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RedHat and Eclipse Che

June 27, 2016

During the DevNation General Session today we talked about how we need to rethink some of the basic concepts of software development. We think it’s essential to make developers more effective and get started quickly. Rethinking what and how developers write and debug their code...

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Codenvy's New Language Server Protocol Reduces Programmer Envy

June 27, 2016

Codenvy, Microsoft and Red Hat announced on June 27 the adoption of a language server protocol project to provide a common way to integrate programming languages across code editors and integrated development environments (IDEs)...

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Microsoft-backed Language Server Protocol strives for language, tools interoperability

June 27, 2016

Microsoft, Red Hat, and Codenvy are leading the charge on a new protocol to integrate multiple languages with different IDEs and code editors...

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Red Hat and Microsoft Join Forces with Codenvy to Simplify App Development

June 27, 2016

In a move that promises to significantly reduce the amount of tooling surrounding the development of applications, Red Hat, Microsoft and Codenvy announced today at the DevNation 2016 conference a joint project...

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Codenvy, Microsoft and Red Hat collaborate on Language Server Protocol

June 27, 2016

Eclipse and Microsoft are bringing their IDEs closer together thanks to a new protocol created by a collaboration between the Eclipse Che project, Microsoft and Red Hat. The result is a Language Server Protocol, an open-source, JSON-based...

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Microsoft’s open source .NET Core and ASP.NET Core hit 1.0

June 27, 2016

It’s been over a year and a half since Microsoft first announced the open source .NET Core project, which aims to bring the core parts of Microsoft’s .NET framework (and its cousin, the web-focused ASP.NET Core) to Linux, OS X and other...

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Codenvy, Microsoft and Red Hat Collaborate on a Protocol for Sharing Programming Language Guidance

June 27, 2016

Codenvy, Microsoft and Red Hat have banded together to bring a more consistent developer experience across different code editors, by way of a new protocol that would allow any editing tool to check user’s code...

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Announcement: Eclipse Che Now a Strategic Platform for Red Hat

June 27, 2016

Today at DevNation, Red Hat’s annual conference for developers, we announced Codenvy’s collaboration with Red Hat and Microsoft to further the vision of letting anyone contribute to a project without installing software...

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Hands-on with Eclipse Che: JavaScript Plugin API

June 22, 2016

The Che client (browser IDE) is written with Java and compiled to JavaScript via GWT. This framework has a lot of limitations, especially in extension/plugin support. The result of the GWT compiler is a monolithic, not human-readable JavaScript...

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Deploy Eclipse Che on Google Cloud

June 20, 2016

Some instructions for setting up Eclipse Che on a Google Compute Engine. Instructions explain how to connect to Eclipse Che over ssh using a socks proxy.

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Eclipse Che 4.3 Release Notes

June 17, 2016

Eclipse Che 4.3 has been released with 334 issues resolved. This release includes user and permission management, javac, classpath, and maven improvements, GitLab integration, new plug-in for subversion...

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Pair Programming in Eclipse Che

June 11, 2016

As part of the Google Summer of Code (GSOC), throngs of talented computer science students flock to emerging projects to show their skills. One project is bringing pair programming to the masses...

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Brad Micklea Demos ARTIK IDE on Eclipse Che

June 11, 2016

At the 2016 Samsung Developer Conference, Brad Micklea from Codenvy shows off the Samsung ARTIK IDE powered by Eclipse Che...

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Custom Orion Editor to have multiple cursors on Eclipse Che

June 3, 2016

Last month I have talked about a pluggable editor for your website. If you haven't seen it yet...

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DevNation 2016 - An Introduction to Eclipse Che

June 1, 2016

At this year's DevNation, we'll be giving the crowd an introduction to Eclipse Che, which is getting browad adoption as the...

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How Codenvy is Changing the Face of Continuous Integration

May 26, 2016

Overall, without a solid CI/CD workflow strategy, many organizations dipping their toes into software development will find themselves quickly struggling. Not only does onboarding automation tools help streamline the developer workflow...

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How to contribute to eXo Platform add-ons in 10 minutes with Eclipse Che and Codenvy

May 26, 2016

Do you remember that a few months ago if you wanted to contribute to an open-source project, even to fix a minor issue, you had to clone the project, read the contribution...

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How Containers Shape Everything We Do

May 25, 2016

Since implementing Docker three years ago, we’ve completely rethought our entire DevOps process...

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Codenvy's DevOps Container Market Map, Refined

May 25, 2016

Containers are relevant to the entire stack, and there are many companies, products, services, and open source projects that overlap in what they look to address...

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Hands-On with Eclipse Che: Simplifying of Configuring Commands

May 18, 2016

Eclipse Che enables users to execute an arbitrary command on a workspace agent by creating a custom...

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Hands-On with Eclipse Che: Developing the Bookmark Plugin

May 18, 2016

Learn how to develop your own client side plugin for managing bookmarks in Eclipse Che...

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Samsung and Codenvy Release ARTIK IDE for IoT

May 18, 2016

(Japan) Today at the Samsung Developers Conference, Codenvy is providing an application development IDE for Samsung ARTIK IoT. It has made its first public release. The evaluation is a browser-based IDE...

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She left the beta version of Samsung ARTIK IDE

May 18, 2016

(Czech) is an open development environment to deploy, cloud-based technology. Eclipse Che has had 100,000 downloads. Who would have thought that...

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Run Eclipse Mars IDE Inside Eclipe Che

May 15, 2016

(Sri Lanka) Eclipse Che is a developer workspace server and cloud IDE. Codenvy hosts Eclipse Che workspaces...

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How to Program in Eclipse Che

May 14, 2016

(Japan) Eclipse Che is an integrated development environment for programming in a Web browser running on the Docker. In my previous blog...

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Using Snapshots with Eclipse Che

May 12, 2016

I am currently doing some testing of Eclipse che on my personal server. If you have never used it, it is a version of the Eclipse IDE accessible from a browser. It is based on a JavaScript client, REST APIs and containerization project (Docker forever)...

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Samsung's IoT ARTIK Modules Offer a Development Environment in the Cloud

May 12, 2016

Designers of objects and connected equipment using embedded modules in key Samsung Artik hand can today build applications for their products (and manage) through an integrated development environment open source available online in the cloud via a browser...

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Codenvy Builds Samsung an "IDE in the box" Experience with Eclipse Che

May 11, 2016

The Codenvy team helped build the Samsung ARTIK IDE powered by Eclipse Che, the first Internet of Things-focused IDE built on an open source platform. It simplifies the setup of an IoT development environment, enabling anyone to build, launch and manage IoT applications...

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How to Install Eclipse Che in Windows

May 07, 2016

(Japan) Integrated development tool Eclipse Che available in the Web browser has been officially published. Unlike Eclipse until now, will work in the emulator that Docker...

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Samsung Launches ARTIK Open IDE and Cloud Platform

May 04, 2016

At the Samsung Developer Conference in San Francisco last week, Samsung was all about the Internet of Things (IoT), but surprisingly, much of did not revolve around Tizen or SmartThings. Instead, the main focus was on its newly shipping Artik embedded boards...

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Review Java IDE: Mit Eclipse Che in der Cloud Entwickeln

May 02, 2016

Earlier this year, the Eclipse Foundation announced - surprisingly - a cloud development environment called Eclipse Che on. Touted as an open source alternative JetBrains' IntelliJ...

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Series: Eclipse Che vs. Eclipse Mars

May 02, 2016

This is the third and last post of my Eclipse Che series. In this post I’m going to compare the IDE of Eclipse Che with Eclipse Mars. In case you are not sure whether you should upgrade from Mars to Che...

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Indonesian Review: Samsung Dalam Pengambangan IoT

May 02, 2016

Codenvy on Wednesday announced the beta release of Samsung Arctic IDE powered by Eclipse Che. The release of the professional toolset is part of Samsung's partnership to make it easier to build, deploy and manage applications for the Internet of Things....

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Video: Code in the Cloud with Eclipse Che and Docker

May 01, 2016

Stevan Le Meur, Florent Benoit explain how to setup a workspace in Eclipse Che, how to create the environment using Docker, and show some of the advanced features of the IDE....

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Video: An Introduction to ARTIK IDE Powered by Eclipse Che

April 29, 2016

What happens when on-demand workspaces powered by Docker are transformed into a new kind of IDE for IOT? This session introduces the ARTIK IDE, built upon Eclipse Che the next-generation Eclipse IDE supported by SAP, Codenvy, Red Hat, Samsung and Microsoft. We'll show you....

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Codenvy, Samsung Team to Power IoT Development

April 29, 2016

Codenvy on Wednesday announced the beta release of the Samsung ARTIK IDE powered by Eclipse Che. The release of the professional toolset is part of Samsung's partnership with Codenvy to make it easier to build, deploy and manage...

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Samsung ARTIK Cloud Aims For IoT Interoperability

April 29, 2016

Samsung is expanding its ARTIK Internet of Things platform with a cloud computing component, a move that underscores its effort to recast itself as a software company...

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Samsung ARTIK IDE Unveiled For Internet of Things Development

April 28, 2016

Developers that enjoy building Internet Of Things applications will be pleased to know that during Samsung’s 2016 Developer Conference this week the company has announced the release of a new Samsung ARTIK IDE to help build, deploy and manage applications for the Internet of Things (IoT)...

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Codenvy Returns to Devoxx France

April 28, 2016

I could live to congratulate the Codenvy team and the success of Eclipse Che. I am not a fan of...

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Samsung Unvelis New ARTIK Module Tools for IoT Developers

April 28, 2016

A new ARTIK IDE development environment and the ARTIK Cloud give developers new capabilities with ARTIK modules. Samsung has given Internet of Things developers several new tool...

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Sasmsung ARTIK IDE Powered by Eclipse Che now available to IoT developers

April 27, 2016

IoT developers working with ARTIK have been asking us for a web-based Integrated Development Environment (IDE) to make development faster and easier, and now the search is over. During the opening keynote today at the Samsung Developer Conference (SDC), in conjunction with Codenvy, Samsung Electronics unveiled the Samsung ARTIK IDE Powered by Eclipse Che, a professional toolset that developers can use for free to build, deploy and manage applications for the Internet of Things (IoT)...

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Codenvy Teams Up With samsung to Power SAMSUNG ARTIK IDE With Eclipse Che

April 27, 2016

Today, Codenvy announced the beta release of the SAMSUNG ARTIK™ IDE powered by Eclipse Che, a professional toolset that makes it easy to build, deploy and manage applications for the Internet of Things (IoT)...

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Codenvy Announces Che-Based IDE for Samsung ARTIK

April 27, 2016

Codenvy today announced the beta release of a new integrated development environment (IDE) for Samsung's ARTIK Internet of Things (IoT) platform. The two companies are describing the toolset, which is based on the Eclipse Che project, as the first open source cloud IDE dedicated to IoT application development...

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Samsung and Codenvy Release ARTIK IDE for IoT

April 27, 2016

Today at the Samsung Developers Conference, Codenvy announced the first public release of the Samsung Artik IDE which allows building applications for Samsung Artik IoT devices. Based on the popular Eclipse Che browser based IDE...

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Eclipse Che Series: Getting Started with Eclipse Che Part II

April 22, 2016

This is the second post of my Eclipse Che series. Today we are looking at the installation, configuration and the actual development with Eclipse Che. I recommend that you read my previous post since...

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Eclipse Che - The IDE of the Future?

April 21, 2016

This is the first post of my Eclipse Che series I’m going to release during the next weeks. Today’s topic is the fundamental concept...

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Getting GWT into Eclipse Che

April 6, 2016

We built Eclipse Che using GWT. So it was an early goal of ours to be able to build Che with Che, for which we have been doing for quite awhile. We have built in some specialized GWT command-types...

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Integrate OpenShift and Eclipse Che for faster development

April 5, 2016

When we create software todayDualityOfDevAndProd, we often hit a brick wall and waste many hours because creating copies of another system is far too hard. We create copies for many reasons – a few common examples are: replicating production issues; asking another developer for help...

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Is Eclipse Che Sinking the Eclipse IDE?

April 4, 2016

Tyler Jewell, head of the project Eclipse Che can be proud of himself and his team of developers. Rarely an Eclipse project recent received so much response. But one question unanswered smoldered in the room: Is Che Eclipse begun to replace the traditional Eclipse IDE...

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Running Eclipse Che on a Raspberry Pi

April 1, 2016

Eclipse Che is a very cool Eclipse technology that provides you with a browser-based IDE that can be extended with plug-ins...

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Eclipse Che Availability Release

March 31, 2016

Codenvy, the browser-based IDE and workspace server, reached general availability today. The update comes shortly after a major update to the workspace server project, Eclipse Che, upon which Codenvy is based...

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Find The Flow Use Cases - Eclipse Che

March 31, 2016

Let's pretend I just got hired as a developer at Codenvy. My manager tells me I'll be working on Eclipse Che, the open source...

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Eclipse Tooling Platforms

March 29, 2016

Two weeks ago at EclipseCon, the Eclipse Che project announced its 4.0 release. This announcement is the first major result from the Eclipse Cloud Development strategy we announced eighteen months ago. Eclipse Che is an innovative new IDE platform which has been designed specifically...

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EclipseCon NA 2016 - Take Aways

March 25, 2016

One trend is the move from traditional desktop IDEs to cloud based environments. In particular, the ability to develop in hosted runtime environments using tools such as Docker and Vagrant is making this an even more attractive option. Eclipse Che is an extensible service and an IDE that can be potentially be used for creating custom development environments...

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Getting Started with Eclipse Che and Wordpress

March 22, 2016

Eclipse Che was built with the goal of simplifying project configuration in mind. The most recent release boasts rich PHP and database features that make Che the perfect...

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Build a Cloud IDE Environment with Eclipse Che on CentOS7 and nginx

March 22, 2016

Eclipse Che is touted as "the next-generation Eclipse IDE" and it has an early release...

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Lagom, Anger at Oracle, and a Revolution with Eclipse Che - Our Topics of the Week

March 14, 2016

Many new there was heard in the US, where this year's EclipseCon NA took place in the last week from Virginia. In addition to the initial release of Eclipse Che, the self-proclaimed future of IDEs, Microsoft announced that the Eclipse Foundation join...

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A Review of Eclipse Che: A Cloud IDE, developers with change

March 14, 2016

The developer of Eclipse integrated development environment for software development has designed a new IDE that believes work processes for programmers and developers using the cloud will change...

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Eclipse Che looks promising, the cheese's moved around

March 12, 2016

A very quick look at Eclipse Che shows a promising concept...

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Running Eclipse Che on Microsoft Azure

March 10, 2016

If you've been paying attention these days ads during EclipseCon you've read that it has launched a new web IDE called Eclipse Che. I've been playing with it, seeing how it would be possible host it on Microsoft Azure. In this post I'll tell you how...

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Getting Started with Node.js and Che

March 10, 2016

The most recent release of Eclipse Che boasts rich Node.js features including IntelliSense, key bindings, and refactoring that make adopting it a seamless process. In this post, we'll provide you with a basic starter's guide for using Che...

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SAP lures developers with Eclipse Che IDE

March 10, 2016

SAP continues to demonstrate its commitment to open source with the announcement at EclipseCon that SAP Web IDE for SAP HANA is based on Eclipse Che. Eclipse Che is an open source developer workspace server and cloud IDE...

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Microsoft Visual Studio integrates with the Eclipse open source development environment

March 10, 2016

Of course, this news will not cause such a sensation as the release of Microsoft's version of SQL Server for the Linux operating system, but for programmers, the fact that Microsoft has joined the Eclipse Foundation community and decided to integrate Visual Studio with the Eclipse environment is no less important...

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The first release of the Eclipse Che IDE

March 9, 2016

Eclipse Foundation organization has announced the first release of the IDE new generation of the Eclipse by Che, whose interface is independent of the data and can be configured using a web-based technologies...

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Eclipse Snags Microsoft, Launches Che IDE for the Cloud

March 8, 2016

Microsoft announced it has joined the open-source Eclipse Foundation and Eclipse officially releases the Eclipse Che cloud IDE...

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EclipseCon kicks off with Che release

March 8, 2016

Eclipse Che, the developer workspace server and cloud IDE, had its initial release this morning at EclipseCon. Mike Milinkovich, executive director of the Eclipse Foundation, said...

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Eclipse Che is a cloud-based IDE that wants to reimagine how developers work

March 8, 2016

Eclipse has a new IDE named Che, which it thinks will redefine how developers work and coordinate efforts using the cloud...

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Eclipse Foundation Releases Next-Generation IDE, Eclipse Che 4.0

March 8, 2016

Today at EclipseCon, the Eclipse Foundation announced the release of Eclipse Che 4.0, the first public release of the Eclipse Che cloud IDE workspace server and universal web based IDE. Tyler Jewell gave the opening keynote at EclipseCon talking about the evolution...

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Eclipse Che: Portable shared development workspaces with built-in runtimes

March 8, 2016

The Eclipse Foundation has taken the wraps from its next generation IDE, called Eclipse Che, software that promises to provide on-demand developer workspaces for collaborative projects. Che combines a cloud IDE, a workspace server, plug-in support, and portable runtime environments through containers...

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Eclipse Che: Portable shared development workspaces with built-in runtimes

March 8, 2016

SAP SE (NYSE: SAP) today announced the availability of SAP® Web IDE for SAP HANA®. Designed to support the development of applications, database models and user interfaces (UIs)...

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Eclipse Che IDE for the cloud enjoys broad support

March 8, 2016

In a significant development that promises to simplify application development in the age of the cloud, The Eclipse Foundation unveiled a new integrated development environment (IDE) that is being supported by both Microsoft and open source stalwarts such as Red Hat and SAP...

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Codenvy and Microsoft streamline the developer workspace

March 8, 2016

At the same time the Eclipse Foundation is launching its new integrated development environment (IDE), Eclipse Che. Supported by Codenvy, Microsoft, Red Hat, and SAP, Eclipse Che is the only community-driven open source cloud IDE...

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Microsoft announce it's joining the open source Eclipse Foundation

March 8, 2016

The Eclipse Foundation is the non-profit which oversees Eclipse, an open source community building developer tools. Microsoft has a history of working with the Eclipse Foundation and building integrations with Visual Studio Team Services...

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Eclipse Che Release: New IDE Platform Reimagines the Developer Workspace

March 7, 2016

Eclipse Che open source project improves agile development by integrating a cloud IDE, workspace server, and plug-ins into a universal developer workspace...

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Getting Started with Java in Eclipse Che

March 4, 2016

Eclipse Che was built with Java developers in mind. The most recent release boasts rich java features including IntelliSense, key bindings, and refactoring...

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Getting Started with Eclipse Che and Meteor

February 16, 2016

Meteor is a complete platform for building web and mobile apps in pure JavaScript. In this tutorial, we combine the best practices of creating Meteor workspaces with...

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Getting Started with Eclipse Che and Java

February 09, 2016

Eclipse Che was written in Java. Experience the rich intellisense and Java tools in a tutorial...

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Eclipse Che Is Now Beta - Next-Generation Eclipse IDE

January 31, 2016

Eclipse Che is very useful and multifunction IDE. It contains many features for Java developers. This product is developing very quickly and I think...

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Eclipse Che: First Impressions

January 30, 2016:

I am just a noob with Eclipse Che, and this post is to resume my first impressions after about 2 hours of...

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Eclipse Che Cloud IDE: Setup and First Thoughts

January 28, 2016:

Just saw an announcement for Eclipse Che beta last night. Currently I'm more of an IntelliJ fan and I was even excited to hear about the...

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Eclipse Che Launches The Cloud IDE Revolution

January 27, 2016:

Che is a dynamically provisioned on-demand IDE that provides an open source alternative to the JetBrains IntelliJ Java IDE...

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Introducing Eclipse Che Beta

January 26, 2016:

Eclipse is probably best know as a Java IDE, but it is more: it is an IDE framework, a tools framework, an open source project, a community, an ecosystem and a foundation...

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Eclipse Che Beta Arrives

January 26, 2016:

The Eclipse Foundation's Web-based IDE, Che, entered beta today. The project is the culmination of 18 months of work and more than 5,000 commits from developers. The result is a...

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Introducing Eclipse Che Beta

January 25, 2016:

We are pleased to announce the beta mileston of Eclipse Che! Eclipse Che is a next-generation Eclipse IDE and open source alternative to InelliJ. We are building a world where...

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Eclipse Che and Codenvy on Docker

August 13, 2015:

It's now possible to install a multi-node Codenvy and Eclipse Che using Docker. Docker containers wrap a piece of software into a filesystem...

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Video: An Introduction to Eclipse Che

June 12, 2015:

Tyler Jewell introduces Eclipse Che, its architecture, how to create Java applications with it and provides a tutorial on building plug-ins and extensions to Che directly...

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