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The Eclipse Marketplace is "the" place to find solutions to improve your everyday coding life. It allows you to make your Eclipse installation your own. That is why we're featuring articles about some of these great plugins in this month's newsletter. Scroll down to read more about the Angular IDE plugin, speeding up your Java development with JRebel, bug searching with SonarLint, and better testing with TestNG. You will also find articles about the latest dark theme called the Darkest Dark Theme, the Eclipse Class Decomplier, and a tutorial to learn more about the Eclipse Marketplace and how to create a list of your favourite solutions.

Are you an IoT Developer? Take a few minutes to complete this year's IoT Developer Survey to get your voice heard!

Don't miss DevoxxUS, Eclipse Converge and the Eclipse IoT Day the week of March 20 in San Jose, California.

Stay cool!


Angular IDE for Modern Web in Eclipse

Looking for a unique balance between an Eclipse IDE and a modern web development experience? Then the Angular IDE plug-in is ideal for you.

How JRebel can speed up your Java application development

JRebel is a productivity tool that allows developers to reload code changes instantly. It enables developers to get more done in the same amount of time and to stay in the flow while coding.

SonarLint - Bug hunting season is open

What if your IDE could teach you why some coding is bad, show you best practices, and give you examples of fixes?

Darkest Dark Theme for a Total Eclipse

Great news! That modern dark UI you always wished Eclipse had is available for free, right now. We are pleased to introduce the recently released Darkest Dark theme for the Eclipse IDE.

To Be Efficient with TestNG Eclipse Plugin

TestNG is a powerful test framework, it enables developers to write flexible tests with features of grouping, sequencing and data-driven; it makes writing parallel tests even easy.

Tutorial – Eclipse Marketplace & Favourites List

This article is a tutorial to explain what Eclipse Marketplace is and how you can use the Favourite Lists to your advantage.

The Features of Eclipse Class Decompiler

Eclipse Class Decompiler integrates JD, Jad, FernFlower, CFR, Procyon seamlessly with the Eclipse IDE. It displays all the Java sources during your debugging process, even if you do not have them all. And you can debug these class files directly without source code.

Eclipse Announcements

Eclipse Community News

There are currently two call for papers open for Eclipse events. The first is for EclipseCon France 2017, taking place in Toulouse, France on June 21-22. The other is for the Eclipse Summit India which will take place July 27-29 in Bangalore, India. What are you wating for? Propose a talk!

  • Propose a talk for EclipseCon France
  • Propose for a talk for Eclipse Summit India
  • New Project Proposals

    • Eclipse Keti: provides an access control service that protects RESTful APIs from unauthorized access.
    • Eclipse GEMOC Studio: provides generic components through Eclipse technologies for the development, integration, and use of heterogeneous executable modeling languages.

    Interested in more project activity? Read on

    New Project Releases

    Interested in more project release/review activity? Read on

    Upcoming Eclipse Events

    Eclipse events are being hosted all over the world! Get involved by attending or organizing an event. View all events.

    Eclipse IoT Day | Grenoble 2017
    March 9-10, 2017 | Grenoble, France

    Eclipse Converge 2017
    Mar 20, 2017 | San Jose, United States

    Eclipse IoT Day | San Jose 2017
    Mar 20, 2017 | San Jose, United States

    Devoxx US
    Mar 21-23, 2017 | San Jose, United States

    EclipseCon France 2017
    Jun 21-22, 2017 | Toulouse, France

    Eclipse Summit India 2017
    Jul 27-29, 2017 | Bangalore, India

    Other events

    Contatiner World 2017
    Feb 21-23 2017 | Santa Clara, CA

    Bosch Connected World 2017
    March 15-16, 2017 | Berlin, Germany

    Are you hosting an Eclipse event? Do you know about an Eclipse event happening in your community? Email us the details!

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