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Every year it is amazing to see how fast the Eclipse DemoCamp in Munich sells out. To give everyone a fair chance to register, we have announced the time the registration opens in advance. This year, it took less than 1 week, until the available 120 seats were fully booked. However, even if you did not get a seat, we still encourage you to register...

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Eclipse DemoCamp Oxygen 2017 on June 28th 2017 - Registration opens now! We are pleased to invite you to participate in the Eclipse DemoCamp Oxygen 2017. The DemoCamp Munich is one the biggest DemoCamps worldwide and therefore an excellent opportunity to showcase all the cool, new and interesting technology being built by the Eclipse community. This event is open to Eclipse enthusiasts who want to show...

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Please save the date for the Eclipse DemoCamp Oxygen 2017 on June 28th. We will offer ~120 seats, but we usually receive around 200 registrations. To give everybody the same chance, registration for the event will open exactly on May 24th 2017 2pm. More details on the event and the possibility to register you will find here. The DemoCamp Munich is one the biggest DemoCamps worldwide and...

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We are happy to announce that together with Neon.3, we have released  EMF Forms and EMF Client Platform 1.12.0! We want to thank our continuously active team of 12 contributors (36 contributors over all) for woking on 25 bug reports and feature requests. As the list reveals, and due to the short development cycle between Neon.2 and Neon.3, the 1.12.0 release was mainly focussed on...

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In this blog series we share our experiences extending Eclipse Che as well as describe how we have added initial EMF support for the Eclipse Che IDE. Please see the first post in this series for an overview of our goals. In the previous blog post, we described how to add support for code generation by reusing the existing EMF code generator which is bundled...

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In this blog series, we share our experience with extending Eclipse Che and describe how we have built initial EMF support for the Eclipse Che IDE. Please see the first post in this series for an overview of our goals. In the last blog post, we described how to create a custom workspace containing a template modeling project. This template provides a fully configured model....

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In this blog series, we share our experience with extending Eclipse Che and describe how we have built initial EMF support for the Eclipse Che IDE. In the last blog post, we have described our overall goals and the use case. In this blog post, we describe the first steps in getting started with Che. Before we start to extend Che, let’s run it and see...

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At EclipseCon North America 2016, the first public release of Eclipse Che was announced. Almost immediately, there was a new cloud-based IDE in the Eclipse ecosystem. At first glance, it is an IDE running in the browser: However, there is one particular feature, which makes Che interesting: Sharable Workspaces. A “workspace” in Che means the source of a project PLUS the runtime to compile, debug, and...

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