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Three years of active development, 22 Contributors and ~1000 commits: We are happy and proud to announce the 1.0 release of Eclipse GLSP, the next generation framework for building modern diagram editors based on web technologies! In case you do not know Eclipse GLSP, it is an extensible open-source framework for building custom diagram editors based on web-technologies. In a sense it has a similar scope...

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Eclipse 2022-06 has been recently released, a new version of the Eclipse IDE and platform. The new release contains a lot of useful improvements. Holger Voormann provides once more great videos summarizing the improvements in the Java IDE, which we are happy to share (please see below) As always, in case you use our EclipseSource Oomph profile (see here for more details), you should get a...

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Do you want to develop a customized tool for C/C++ development in the web/cloud? Do you wonder which open source components are available and how to combine them into a deployable IDE? We recently gave a talk providing a state-of-the-art overview and recommendations about available tools, extensions and frameworks for building web-based C/C++ tooling. Furthermore, we introduce CDT.cloud Blueprint, a template tool for C/C++ development...

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We are happy to announce the Eclipse Theia 1.26 release! This release contains 50 merged pull requests and we welcome ten new contributors. In this article we will highlight some selected improvements and provide an overview of the latest news around Theia. You don’t know about Eclipse Theia, yet? It is the next-generation platform for building IDEs and tools for the web or desktop, based on...

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Are you interested in building a custom IDE or tool for your domain that runs in the cloud but also as a desktop application? We recently gave a talk introducing you to Eclipse Theia, the next generation open source platform for building custom tools and IDEs! In case you missed it, please see the recording below. Eclipse Theia currently builds a lot of momentum and is...

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The support for textual programming languages is excellent in modern, web-based IDEs, such as Eclipse Theia and VS Code. The hugely popular language server protocol (LSP) and its integration with the Monaco code editor enabled lifting great code editing experience to the web. However, what about diagram editors and graphical languages? Such diagram editors play a key role in domain-specific tools, modeling suites, and low-code...

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We are happy to announce the Eclipse Theia 1.25 release! This release contains 48 merged pull requests and we welcome eight new contributors. In this article we will highlight some selected improvements and provide an overview of the latest news around Theia. You don’t know about Eclipse Theia, yet? It is the next-generation platform for building IDEs and tools for the web or desktop, based on...

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We are happy to announce the Eclipse Theia 1.24 release! This release contains an amazing number of 78 merged pull requests including a major update of the Monaco code editor! In this article we will highlight some selected improvements and provide an overview of the latest news around Theia. You don’t know about Eclipse Theia, yet? It is the next-generation platform for building IDEs and tools...

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Do you want to migrate your existing Eclipse RCP (Rich Client Platform) desktop application to a modern web-based technology stack and run it in the browser? Is Eclipse Theia maybe the next generation Eclipse Rich Client Platform and therefore a good technology to replace Eclipse RCP for  your project? Let’s have a detailed look at this question! In its early years, Eclipse was an extensible IDE...

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