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Contributing to the Eclipse Community is one of our core values. This is why we helped create a mobile app for the FOSS4G North America conference (organized by the Eclipse Foundation). We developed the App using our Tabris framework. The App is free and will serve all attendees at the FOSS4G. Sure, you can download it on App Store and Google Play. Get a FREE PASS for...

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Target Platform definitions are a way to define from where Eclipse-based projects obtain their dependencies. They provide many benefits, but in case you still need more convincing please see here. However, defining, updating, and especially applying target platform definitions in Eclipse-based projects has always been extremely cumbersome. There are two main reasons for this: First, typical target platforms are a complex configuration of third-party bundles, which sometimes...

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Scanning barcodes is a very common task on mobile phones. If you want to read data from the physical world, there is a good chance that a barcode will provide this data. With the newly created Tabris.js plugin tabris-plugin-barcode-scanner this process is now even more efficient. To provide the fastest and most accurate detection rate the plugin uses AV foundation on iOS and Google Mobile...

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This week, Oxygen.3 has been released, a new version of the Eclipse IDE and platform. It contains useful improvements, especially in terms of performance, so it is worth to update. Further Eclipse Oxygen.3 is ready for Java 10 support, which is already available as a pre-release from the market place  On April 11th Oxygen.3a will be released, directly contained Java 10 support. These and further improvements are...

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