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This article series describes how to get started with the Eclipse Theia IDE. In this article, we focus on how to add new features to Theia by adding extensions and/or plugins. Please see this article for a comparison of Eclipse Theia extensions and Theia plugins and here for a quick introduction of Theia. In pure Theia, there are four ways of adding new functionality, which...

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In this article, we compare Eclipse Theia plugins with Theia extensions, with Che-Theia plugins and with VS Code extensions/plugins. In case  you are wondering what Eclipse Theia is, please head over to our introduction to Theia. In previous articles, we have described options on how to launch Theia and how to use its basic features, in this article, we will  focus on how to add...

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In this article series we provide an overview on how to get started with Eclipse Theia. More precisely, we will describe how to easily launch your own instance, how to use Theia as an IDE, how to customize which extensions and plugins your Eclipse Theia instance includes, and how to add your own extensions and plugins (including VS Code plugins).  In case you wonder what Eclipse...

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There is currently a big hype surrounding web- and cloud-based tooling. New projects and frameworks are popping up and existing projects get more traction both in- and outside the Eclipse ecosystem, e.g. Eclipse Che, Eclipse Theia, Visual Studio Code, Atom, Eclipse Drigible, and Eclipse Orion. While the adoption of web-based tools in the real world is still relatively low, almost every tool project will eventually...

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In this article, we compare Eclipse Che with Eclipse Theia and explain their relationship - their differences and their overlap. In fact - spoiler alert - both technologies do combine well and together provide a very powerful stack for cloud-based tooling. So let us start right ahead with the most interesting question: What is the difference between Eclipse Che and Eclipse Theia To answer that question, we...

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In this blog series, we share our experiences extending Eclipse Che to add EMF support. The first post covered our goals. In previous posts, we describe how to add support for code generation, create a custom stack, and how to build che. It has been quite a while since our last blog, but now we would like to continue with the next step. Our next major...

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