|Re: [ide-dev] -7.5% absolute, -14% relative user loss this year|
On 04/13/2017 03:56 PM, Patrik Suzzi wrote:
Indeed, unless several people are ready to commit to work full time on it for several monthes.1. Probably we can't compete with Intelli-J on the android development.
I fully agree. The state of JS edition got improved, but the HTML and CSS editors are still far behind many other ones in term of usability and features. However, this would require more resources on WTP, more people to review the various incoming patches ( https://git.eclipse.org/r/#/q/2. We can improve Eclipse WTP to improve the web development experience. This is where we lost part of the users, in favor of webstorm and netbeans.
status:open+project:) or if the current committers cannot commit on reviewing the patches fast enough, we could recruit interested parties (such as you and Gauthier as committers). sourceediting/webtools. sourceediting
I'm currently only considering Eclipse IDE, not the other ones.
LSP4E is only targetting Eclipse IDE.
I don't think users have left Eclipse IDE because it's not based on CEF nor Electron nor Chromium Embedded. They left because of missing or clunky high-level features that are better supported by competitors. It's not at all a matter of technology nor design IMHO, but "only" a matter of implementing and placing the right features at the right place and the right time in the user-stories.Â Â- Also, Chromium Embedded will give us a chance to re-think E4 RCP applications. (A chromium-based framework, which can run RCP Plugins?)
People typically complain about completion being suboptimal, or the need to use keystrokes or certain characters to trigger completion, the lack of some refactorings, the inconsistency between Maven and JDT model... none of this is an issue that is related to the core architecture.
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