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Re: [wtp-dev] Eclipse IDE for Web, not J2EE, Devs

On 2015-11-24, 1:13 PM, "wtp-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx on behalf of Gorkem
Ercan" <wtp-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx on behalf of gorkem.ercan@xxxxxxxxx>

>On 24 Nov 2015, at 11:08, Doug Schaefer wrote:
>> Hey gang,
>> I just wanted to throw this out there and see if people have an
>> opinion. As part of some non IDE work I¹m doing, I¹m building a
>> web service. We¹re using vert.x Java as a REST server and plain Java
>> for our microservices and React.js as a front end. At one point we
>> were using Angular 1.x and if Angular 2.x had released, we would have
>> considered that.
>> I was wondering how common a use case that is. I loved using Eclipse
>> to build it but part of why I¹m poking around here (aside from my
>> JavaScript/QML interest) is seeing how we could improve the front end
>> development side of my service (and thus my interest in JSX). I think
>> we have a great opportunity to help developers building similar
>> systems.
>> Also, as we start to put together an Eclipse Package for Android
>> development using Andmore as it¹s base, I wonder if it would be
>> interesting to provide an EPP for the Web developer who¹s not doing
>> J2EE. We used to have the JavaScript package that was pretty close to
>> that.
>> Anyway, just trying to get a sense of how popular these things are and
>> whether you think they¹d be good for the community.
>+1 Eclipse needs to grow on the non-jee web development
>I would love to see an "Eclipse for Node.js Developers" package.

Node support would be a key part of that package. I still think Java,
especially with vert.x has a role.

BTW, we already have an ³Eclipse for Node.js Developers² package, it¹s
called Enide -, I¹m sure you¹ve heard of it.


>> Thanks,
>> Doug.
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