Probably the best way to understand the Internet of Things is to get some things on the Internet and in this article we're going to do just that.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is the current â€˜in thingâ€™ for the technology industry.
In the run up to Eclipseâ€™s much anticipated â€˜Lunaâ€™ release, Diana Kupfer spoke to Eclipse Committer Paul Webster about plugin development, UI highlights, and of course, the impending mission to Mars.
The Eclipse Foundation's annual Release Train will be in the spotlight later this week, but first a bit of that metaphorical illumination should fall on a new Foundation project.
This marks the ninth year in a row that Eclipse has delivered a simultaneous release of its key project software.
I am a big believer that the maker/open hardware community is and will be a huge engine of innovation for the Internet of Things (IoT). Devices like, Arduino, BeagleBone and Raspberry Piâ€™s make it so easy to prototype and create new IoT solutions.
The Eclipse Foundation has released Eclipse Luna which includes official support for Java 8 in the Java development tools, Plug-in Development Tools, Object Teams, Eclipse Communication Framework, Maven integration, Xtext, Xtend, Web Tools Platform, and Memory Analyzer.
EThe Eclipse Foundation is pleased to announce the availability of the Luna release, the annual release train from the Eclipse community.
Eclipse IDE's annual release adds Java 8 support, enhanced C/C++ and PHP tools, and support for the Paho platform
Today, the Eclipse foundation announced the release of Eclipse Luna (4.4), the seventh simultaneous release and ten years to the day since Eclipse 3.0 was released, bringing the highly successful OSGi runtime to a wider audience and setting the platform up to be a rich client platform, not just an eponymous IDE.
Embedded systems are becoming smaller, more consolidated, and contain a mix of real-time processing with network connectivity and graphics capabilities. This trend in embedded development is facilitated by multicore processors and virtualization capabilities that enable real-time OS environments to run beside application software on a single embedded system.
Nicht nur steht Version 1.5 des Projekts zur Heimautomatisierung openHAB zur VerfÃ¼gung, das Kern-Framework ist auch Grundlage von Eclipse SmartHome, das die Industrie zur Zusammenarbeit im Smart-Home-Sektor bewegen soll.
Since its inception in 2010, openHAB's popularity is constantly growing and our community is spread all over the world. Besides being used by end users and developers, openHAB is more and more adopted in academia, research and industry projects.
When it comes to server side development, the Java EE stack's competition is nascent at best.
Eclipse 4.4 is coming on June 25, 2014! Building up to the release, we'll be sharing a few videos promoting all the cool stuff that the Eclipse community has put together!
Ottawa is well-positioned to take advantage of the burgeoning Internet of Things industry, an organization that collaborates on open-source software told a conference on Tuesday.
The JAX Innovation Awards, which have been running since 2007, celebrate outstanding innovation within the tech sector, with a particular emphasis on those who foster and drive Java and open technologies.
The Eclipse Integrated Development Day focuses on todayâ€™s interoperability challenges in system engineering such as data interoperability (i.e. models), data consistency, data variants, traceability and tool integration. Sign up to attend.
The first and only German conference focusing on open source in automotive! Presenting: Daimler, BMW, Mentor Graphics, IBM, Bosch Software Innovations, Hella, AUTOSAR, FEV, Validas, fortiss, Bearingpoint, Eclipse Foundation and ETAS. Use this code 7701B1R23-20/D1400746 to get 20% off registration.
Genuitec, makers of the market leading MyEclipse Integrated Development Environment and Secure Delivery Center technologies, is pleased to offer the Eclipse community its "Internet of Things" PiPlug project.
Version 8.0 of Jubula and GUIdancer has been released with support for JavaFX applications.
Speakers: Martin Lippert and Mike Milinkovich - April 22The Eclipse IDE (as one example) is great, but increasingly we are seeing new projects and companies working in the cloud-based developer tooling space, using a front-end that runs purely in the browser.
At the EclipseCon Developers conference in San Francisco, there was considerable talk about some of the challenges in developing the infrastructure for the Internet of Things (IoT).
Web-based development tools promise to dramatically improve the software development lifecycle by better matching the development environment with existing enterprise software.
The big news at the latest edition of EclipseCon North America, which wrapped up in San Francisco on Thursday, was Oracle's Java 8 announcements.
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