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Just in time, the first service release for RAP 1.5 has been published on Friday. It adds a dozen bugfixes to RAP 1.5. We always backport fixes very carefully in order to maintain the stability of the release. Therefore, only critical or very obvious fixes have been included. So if you are running RAP 1.5, you can now safely upgrade to 1.5.1. The service release is...

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This tutorial series introduces the new features and concepts of the Eclipse 4 Application Platform, as well as interesting tools and technologies related to the current major release of Eclipse. In the first three parts of this series we covered the following topics: the core of every Eclipse 4 application, the application model; the connection of this model with actual implementations; and the options for...

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In 2004 a new Major Version of the Eclipse platform was released: Eclipse 3.0. This release delivered a universal platform for application delivery and included the OSGi runtime.  Now, 8 years later, the Eclipse release train has moved to the next major version.  Eclipse Juno has been released and it is the first simultaneous release to be built on Eclipse 4.  In preparation for the...

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The original architects of Eclipse knew that developing a single IDE that met everybody's needs was an impossible task.  Instead of trying to boil the ocean, the team opted for an extensible model, in which others could help contribute by writing interesting plugins.  If Eclipse could provide a solid foundation, then others could help drive innovation forward -- and we all benefit.  Number 2 on my Juno Top 10 List --...

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Eclipse Juno, the simultaneous Eclipse release for 2012 will be available in 3 days. Three days left until Juno means that I'm into the Top 3 Eclipse features in my Juno Top 10 List. During the past week I've talked about how Eclipse can be classified as 'top-notch Java tooling', a 'general purpose tooling platform', a 'runtime technology stack', and really a 'platform for everything...

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