Top 7 Eclipse RAP features since release 3.0
Eclipse RAP has added a couple of cool new features for its current 3.
Plan Your EclipseCon NA with the Conference App
EclipseCon North America is just around the corner, and the EclipseCon NA 2016 app has finally arrived to help you make the best of the conference!
How RAP Inspired a New Generation of Mobile Apps
Eclipse RAP is well-known for enabling the migration of complex RCP applications to the web, and providing a sustainable single sourcing paradigm.
Dynamic i18n for Tabris.js with selectors and apply()
Internationalization is a common task for developers and can be easily solved with Tabris.
RAP at EclipseCon Europe 2014
EclipseCon Europe was another great event which showed us how active the European Eclipse Community is.
Introducing Eclipse 4 on RAP
Today I am happy to announce that RAP and Eclipse 4 can now be used together.
Eclipse Lifetime Contribution Award goes to Markus Knauer
The Eclipse Community recognizes people that make longtime, major contributions to Eclipse with the Eclipse Lifetime Contribution Award.
A lightweight Java application server on Raspberry Pi
Raspberry Pi is a trademark of the Raspberry Pi Foundation
Eclipse RAP at Allianz
It is always great to see the adoption of your open source project at large enterprises.
Visualizing data with D3
Using visualization to extract knowledge from data is one proven approach for dealing with large amounts of data.
Firefox OS Rant
I have to admit that I am a little bit frustrated with Firefox OS, so here comes my RANT.
Firefox OS Peak - First Impressions (Part 1)
On April 23rd, the Firefox OS developer preview phones became available in Europe - and were sold out in a few hours.
Revealing Tabris with reveal.js
Creating and sharing presentations using most of the tools available today is a pain.
RAP becomes the Remote Application Platform
RAP is approaching its second major release in its 6 year history, and major releases should be accompanied by major new functionality - at least this is our take on versioning.
Mobile development survey - target mobile platforms, skills and look & feel
Last week we published a tool for giving developers hints on which mobile platforms might best suite their requirements with respect to platforms, skill and more parameters.
Mobile Select-O-Matic - find the right mobile technology
Over the past year we have been actively researching the landscape of mobile development solutions for business.
So Long, and Thanks for All the Fish
Current and future viability of Eclipse No, this is not another farewell.
The future of GWT?
Last month I was researching options for writing multi-platform mobile apps in Java.
Is Eclipse awesome?
Today, there is one major ingredient for successful technology marketing:
Github everywhere with venture funding?
Github has announced a Series A round of venture funding today.
RAP mobile is now Tabris - Tabris SDK available for download
We are happy to announce the availability of the Tabris SDK as a free download.
Does the Google App Engine still matter?
Although it started three years ago with the promise of almost infinite scalability and a big echo in the community, it has become quiet around the Google App Engine.
Tabris - iOS and Android apps written in Java
Industry experts have predicted that mobile computing is going to have a huge impact on the software industry.
Eclipse Modeling in Germany - now at EclipseSource
I am happy to announce that EclipseSource is finally entering the modeling world and would like to introduce Max and Jonas as our new team members in Munich.
redView at EclipseSource
We recently had a workshop on redView with the developers of the project, probably many of you know ekke.
Open Source Strategy Summit at EclipseCon
The Eclipse Foundation organized an Open Source Strategy Summit in conjunction with EclipseCon, only open to member companies.
The right groove?
Wouldn’t it be cool to have some sort of rap for a project called RAP?
Safari 4.0 - or closing the gap to RCP
Apple has released a beta of the next major release of the Safari web browser.
The RAP book finally arrived
This is an exciting moment for me - the first book about Eclipse RAP has now finally arrived in print.
The e4 RAP and RCP/RAP single sourcing webinar
e4 is now an official incubating project under the Eclipse project, the review ended positively and uneventful.
PresentationFactory for RAP
As Neil pointed out in Having fun with RAP and OSGi there is a challenge for us rappers: Provide a look & feel of RAP applications suitable for the web.