Editors choice

The modeling symposium at EclipseCon Europe 2016 takes place on Wednesday, October 26th from 17.45pm-18.20pm (see here). I’m happy to present the agenda of selected talks: Exploring the Future of Eclipse Modeling: Web and Semantic Collaboration - István Ráth (7 Minutes) The Genmodel Addon project - Olivier Prouvost (5 Minutes) App-up in 5 minutes - Jörg Riegel (10 Minutes) Generating Visual Studio Code extensions for Xtext DSLs ...

Read More

Today we are proud to unleash Tabris.js 1.10 with WebSockets support, extended API for video widget, app header branding and more! Check out the highlights below. WebSockets support The WebSockets API is now supported, making Tabris.js apps capable of real-time bidirectional messaging. As a result apps will be able to achieve improved user experience and make better use of network resources. No need to constantly poll the...

Read More

Bonjour, we are delighted to announce, that EclipseSource goes France! For years, France and Germany have been hotspots for topics such as Modeling, EMF, Papyrus, and, more generally,  Eclipse. Many of our current business relations bring us together. Therefore, having an office in France is the next logical step. Additionally, we are happy to announce that this office will be led by a well-known face in...

Read More

We are happy to announce that together with Neon, we have released  EMF Forms and EMF Client Platform 1.10.0! We want to thank all committers and contributors for their work as well as the active ecosystem of users and adopters for the feedback and support! Both projects have been amazing successes since their inception over 5 years ago. We are proud of having a continuously active...

Read More

Tabris 2.0 for cross-platform development in Java is here. This release does not bring about any visual changes, but a lot is different under the hood. We are pleased to announce that RAP 3.x support has now made it to Tabris! Performance boost in RAP 3.x In RAP 3.0 we got rid of much deprecated API and changed the way a server manages its sessions. As a result performance dramatically...

Read More

Oomph is a great tool to automate Eclipse installations, workspace setups, and more. Projects can configure profiles (called “setup models”) and thereby allow contributors to get an IDE to work on the project with a single click. This includes all necessary plugins to be installed, preferences, a git clone, the project import, and even more. If you want to configure your own custom setup model for...

Read More

Code signing and verification is the process of digitally signing executables or scripts to ensure that the software you are executing has not been altered since it was signed. Code signing helps protect against corrupt artifacts, process breakdown (accidentally delivering the wrong thing) and even malicious intents. We have recently started implementing code verification in J2V8. Code verification has been implemented in the native code using OpenSSL. Code...

Read More

With the recent advancements in maps features on Android and iOS we also took the time to overhaul the tabris-plugin-maps plugin. The new version 2.0.0 provides completely new APIs that are more in line with Tabris.js and offer a higher degree of control. Creating a map in your Tabris.js application is as simple as the following snippet: [raw] new esmaps.Map({ left: 0, right: 0, top: 0, bottom: 0 }).on("ready", function()...

Read More

As described in our previous post, we maintain a common Eclipse Oomph Profile with our favorite plugins and settings preconfigured. By using Oomph, you can install this version of Eclipse with a single click. See here for a more thorough introduction and how to install the pre-configured Eclipse. As promised, we will describe the things we adapted and added to the standard Eclipse Packages. In the...

Read More