The Eclipse IoT ecosystem consists of around 40 different projects, ranging from embedded devices, to IoT gateways and up to cloud scale solutions.
The Jakarta EE 8 Full Platform, Web Profile specifications and related TCKs have been officially released today (September 10th, 2019).
Today is a big day in the enterprise Java world. Two years ago, Oracle announced their intention to move Java EE to the Eclipse Foundation, which led to the creation of Jakarta EE.
It's with a sense of great pride, and quite a lot of relief, that I salute the Jakarta EE community for the first release of the Jakarta EE platform.
As announced today by the Eclipse Foundation, Jakarta EE 8 has been released! This represents a significant milestone for the community.
The process of moving Java EE to Eclipse was not trivial, it was not simple, but it is finally complete with the release of Jakarta EE 8.
Jakarta EE 8 is finally here! It heralds a new era for Enterprise Java, as finally the community can look forward to the platform's faster development.
Enterprise Java, known as Java Enterprise Edition 8 (Java EE 8) under Oracle's implementation of the platform specification, has finally packed up and moved out of Big Red's basement under a new name, so it won't bear the burden of its heritage.
After transitioning from Oracle to the Eclipse Foundation in 2017, Jakarta EE (previously known as Java EE), has reached another major milestone.
Watch this new video by the Eclipse Dirigible project and learn how you can run Dirigible on Eclipse Che 7!
Interview with Sebastian Daschner, Java Champion and a Lead Java Developer Advocate for IBM
Sebastian Daschner proposes formalizing Jakarta EE's relationship with MicroProfile and incubators, as well as some new standards and updates to old ones.
Enjoy all of the new features and improvements in the Eclipse Collections 10.0 release!
The no-code/low-code platform Eclipse OSBP facilitates application development. It makes life easier for experienced developers. But what about newbies?
Edgeworx Inc. announced today a new Eclipse ioFog software release that makes any Kubernetes distribution edge-aware, allowing customers to create a true cloud-to-edge continuum and deploy applications and microservices from the cloud to any edge device
InterDigital, Inc. announced its involvement in two significant next-generation wireless technology demonstrations using Eclipse fog05.
On this podcast, Wes talks with Mike Milinkovich about the move from Java EE to Jakarta EE.
The project Eclipse IoT-Testware is delivering free open-source test tools and programs for the industry and companies developing Internet-of-Things (IoT) solutions.
The Eclipse Foundation today launched a new mobility project for autonomous cars and emerging modes of transport.
Creating Reactive apps in the JVM with Vert.x just got even better with the new 3.7.0 update.
We are happy to invite you to our first Eclipse openGENESIS Working Group meeting taking place April 30 in Munich.
The latest release of the Eclipse MicroProfile (version 2.2) continues to align itself with Java EE 8 as the foundational programming model for the development of Java microservices.
Last week's Java 12 release wasn't the only byproduct of Oracle's faster release cadence.
You don’t have to develop locally to get full IDE support. We compare three great tools that let you edit and debug code from a browser.
There is currently a big hype surrounding web- and cloud-based tooling. New projects and frameworks are popping up and existing projects get more traction both in and outside the Eclipse ecosystem.
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