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Eclipse GLSP is a framework to build diagram editors based on web technologies. These diagram editors can be embedded into any web page, but also into web-based IDEs such as VS Code or Eclipse Theia. By using a browser widget, the diagram editors can even be used in desktop tools such as the Eclipse IDE. To ease the integration of diagram editors built with Eclipse GLSP,...

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Do you want to convert EMF model instances into JSON or vice versa? Do you want to make EMF data available via REST services? Then carry on reading. In this post, we introduce the EMF JSON Jackson mapper that has been contributed to EMF.cloud! When implementing tools or business applications using EMF in the backend, you often have to bridge between Java (EMF) and JavaScript (JSON)....

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Have you heard about Eclipse Che and wonder how it compares to VS Code Online or “VS Code Codespaces”? What are the advantages and disadvantages? Are you confused what the role of Eclipse Theia is in this comparison? Then keep on reading!   The world of online IDEs and cloud-based tools is currently very vibrant and active. Three of the most prominent IDE projects of recent years...

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Eclipse RAP has added a couple of cool new features for its current 3.14 release. These two made it into my favorites since the RAP 3.0 release. 7: Clipboard support for browsers that support the W3C working draft on clipboard apis 6: Adding more Spreadsheet-like features to the RAP Nebula Grid implementation, e.g., Row Headers When we introduced RAP 3.0 in 2014, we promised many more...

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We are happy to announce that with the Eclipse Release 2020-09, we have also shipped  EMF Forms and EMF Client Platform 1.25.0!  All closed tickets in 1.25.0 can be found here and all “test” bug reports can be found here. Please see here for a more detailed description of this tag. With the 1.25.0 release, we also complete an internal restructuring of the project regarding EMF Client...

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