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The Eclipse Democamp December in Munich will take place on upcoming monday and we are looking forward to meet you there! We are happy to present the final agenda, too (see below). For all details, please see here. Agenda: 05:30pm - 06:00pm: Meet and Greet   06:00pm - 06:05pm: Welcome / Intro 06:05pm - 06:25pm: What is new @ Eclipse Foundation - Ralph Müller 06:25pm - 06:55pm:...

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Thanks for attending the modeling symposium at EclipseCon Europe 2017, thank you for the positive feedback and thanks to all the speakers. Some of the presenters have shared their slide with me, which can be found here: Lorenzo Bettini - Edelta András Vörös - Gamma Statechart Composition Framework: Design and verification of component-based reactive systems Neil MacKenzie - RCP Modelling Applications on the Web Zakir Hussain Meer &...

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Eclipse Democamp Munich December 4th 2017 - Registration opens today! We are pleased to invite you to participate in the Eclipse DemoCamp Munich 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 demos of...

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We are pleased to invite you to participate to the Eclipse DemoCamp Munich 2017. Like in the past years, we continue in our tradition of hosting a “Christmas DemoCamp”. Please save the following date and mark your calendars on December 4th 2017 for the next Eclipse DemoCamp in Munich!   We offer 80 seats, but we usually receive around 200 registrations. To give everybody the same...

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At EclipseSource, we are continuously developing open source software as committers and contributors for projects at Eclipse.org (e.g. EMF Forms) or on GitHub (e.g. JSON Forms). In fact, contributing to open source projects and in turn making them ready for professional use is our core business. Therefore, much of the work completed in these projects is driven by our customers requirements and provides direct value...

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Ed, Philip and I are organizing the Modeling Symposium for the EclipseCon Europe 2017 in Ludwigsburg. It is scheduled for the second day of the conference, i.e., Wednesday, October 25th, 2017. The symposium aims to provide a forum for community members to present a brief overview of their work. We offer 10 minute lightning slots (including questions) to facilitate a broad range of speakers. The...

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With Oxygen, we released EMF Forms 1.13.0. Please note, that we published an update 1.13.1 fixing a critical bug (see BR519415 and BR518503) in the EMF Forms Ecore editor. So in case you are using this editor, please make sure to get the latest version 1.13.1 from our download page. EMF Forms makes it simple to create forms which edit your data based on an EMF model....

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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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