The San Francisco EclipseCon saw some interesting product/project announcements.
ZeroTurnaround, the maker of revolutionary developer tools, today announced the release of Optimizer for Eclipse, a free Eclipse plugin that detects and fixes common configuration issues faced by developers using the Eclipse Integrated Development Environment (IDE) to build software.
Ian Craggs, leader of the Eclipse Paho project, talked about Eclipse Paho, Eclipse Mosquitto and MQTT-SN at EclipseCon this week.
Today at EclipseCon, the Xtext project released the latest version of the DSL toolset, version 2.8. Xtext provides a generic DSL infrastructure and editor along with Xtend, a Java-like language for writing compact and performant code. Xtend is based upon Xbase, a generic expression evaluation language that can be used to build other types of langauge with common math features.
Solair joins one of the most prestigious international open source communities as a Solution Member.
The Eclipse Foundation announced new releases of two Eclipse IoT projects that focus on MQTT.
ESF 3.0 is now synchronized with the release of Kura, the open source project within the Eclipse IoT Working Group.
The "Great Fixes for Mars" competition, open now, is offering modest prizes but serious status to community members who "contribute fixes that will improve the functionality and performance of Eclipse."
German Internet of Things (IoT) platform provider Bosch Software Innovations (BSI) is acquiring ProSyst, a Java- and OSGi-based software vendor specializing in middleware for the IoT, the two companies announced this week. BSI, a subsidiary of the Bosch Group, specializes in the development of gateway software and middleware for IoT.
The headline is of course the introduction of the all-new CoreBalanceâ„¢ garbage collector after seven years in the making.
This year at EclipseCon we are hosting an IoT Day on March 11 at the San Francisco Airport Hyatt Regency in Burlingame, CA.
We have received an incredible amount of interest so far, and it is 45 projects in total who entered the challenge!
I've been looking ahead with analysts and industry watchers at what 2015 might have in store for enterprise software developers in general
Java could play a bigger part in networking for the Internet of things.
At the EclipseCon Europe 2014, head of Eclipse Mike Milinkovich told JAX Editors Diana Kupfer and Hartmut Schlosser about the new Eclipse Cloud Initiative.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is poised to become the next wave of technology to fundamentally change how humanity works, plays, and interacts with their environment. It is expected to transform everything from manufacturing to care for the elderly.
Following on the heels of the Eclipse Foundationâ€™s announcement of its new Che Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) IDE platform, WSO2 has announced that it will adopt Eclipse Che as the core platform for all WSO2 tooling supporting its middleware, cloud, and mobile platforms.
Codenvy has evolved its flagship service from a cloud-based code editor to a full fledged, container-based development environment.
Thereâ€™s no single standard to link all devices in the â€œInternet of thingsâ€� and there may never be one, but the Eclipse Foundation wants to at least make it easier for developers to code for the standards that are out there.
LocationTech is a collaborative working group building an industry platform of quality open source location aware technologies.
Ian Skerrett is probably best known for his role at the Eclipse Foundation as vice president of marketing, but for the past two-plus years he's also been leading the Eclipse effort to foster an open-source community around the Internet of Things (IoT).
The book is aimed at developers who are familiar with the basics of plug-in development, such as covered in [his] first book, Eclipse 4 Plug-in Development by Example: Beginnerâ€™s Guide.
Open source Internet of Things is growing fast. These software and hardware projects can help companies and DIYers experiment with Internet-connected devices.
The next major release of our Eclipse-based tooling: The Spring Tool Suite (STS) 3.6.0 and the Groovy/Grails Tool Suite (GGTS) 3.6.0.
This year's survey of Eclipse developers shows they have changed their loyalties as regards the code management system they use over the past four years.
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