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Wayne Beaton08/30/13
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Eclipse Development Process 2014

One of my tasks for this quarter is to deliver a draft of an update to the Eclipse Development Process (EDP) to the Eclipse Architecture Council for their review. The process that we follow is to open bugs against Community/Architecture Council (prefixed with [EDP]), discuss them, and then incorporate the discussion into the new version of the EDP.

Francesco Guidieri08/23/13
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The Internet of Things @ Eclipse

The goal of the Eclipse M2M Working Group is to make it easy for software developers to create M2M applications that are based on open standards and open source technology.

Thomas Kratz08/22/13
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RAP, OSGi & HibernateSearch Infinispan Cluster

While trying to setup Hibernate search on an Infinspan cluster for my RAP application I came across another "Hibernate doesn't like OSGi" oddity...

Blaise Doughan08/06/13
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EclipseLink MOXy and the Java API for JSON Processing - Object Model APIs

In this post, Blaise Doughan will demonstrate the initial JSR-353 support we have added to MOXy's JSON binding in EclipseLink 2.6.

Markus Eisele08/02/13
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Two TCKs for Eclipse - What is really in it for Open Source?

What does look like a simple and honest gift on first sight actually has more aspects in it. But lets start at the beginning

Lukas Eder07/24/13
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Nice Tutorial for Creating an External DSL with Xtext

As an external DSL does not depend on any host language (e.g. Java), it can be much richer in syntax and expressivity.

Mitch Pronschinske07/21/13
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DZone Weekly Link Roundup (July 21)

Witness the 10 most epic design failures, check out all the best humorous lorem ipsum generators, get some performance lessons from Facebook, and hear a programmer's review of VisualStudio vs. Eclipse. Plus read a huge research overview of why mobile apps are so slow and hear about the new pure-JavaScript database.

Mark Cloudeways07/21/13
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PHP Cloud Hosting

PHP is known as hypertext preprocessor, it is a scripting language that runs on a web server and is used a lot in order to create dynamic web pages. What is the use of PHP? Can’t a website run perfectly of HTML and CSS? Well PHP is used to add functionality...

Blaise Doughan07/14/13
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Oracle WebLogic 12.1.2 Now With EclipseLink MOXy JSON-Binding

Oracle WebLogic 12.1.2 is now available. WebLogic 12.1.2 contains EclipseLink 2.4.2, this means that for the first time EclipseLink MOXy's JSON-binding is available in WebLogic out of the box. Learn the benefits of using MOXy for JSON-binding in this article.

Mitch Pronschinske07/13/13
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SwitchYard Ep 5: Application Basics

This video explores the basic building blocks of SwitchYard applications and introduces some important SCA terminology used in our configuration metadata, documentation, and tooling. Check out JBoss ESB's successor in action!

Mitch Pronschinske07/12/13
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SwitchYard Ep 4: Eclipse Tooling Introduction

This video provides a quick tour of the Eclipse tooling and introduces basic functions of the editor that you'll need to use SwitchYard, the successor to JBoss ESB.

Marlene Affeld07/07/13
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Mobile Money

Technology now makes it unnecessary for customers to carry a wallet or businesses to maintain a bulky cash register at the checkout counter. Mobile payment technology is changing the way we do business.

Scott Lewis07/03/13
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ECF Kepler/3.6.1 - Remote Services Takes Center Stage

As part of the Kepler simultaneous release, ECF has just released version 3.6.1. The complete new and noteworthy is here, but the highlights are described here.

Wayne Beaton06/27/13
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Eclipse Kepler Release: By the Numbers

A look at the projects included in this week's release of Eclipse Kepler. The composition this year is a little different. Most of the projects from last year’s Juno release have stayed on as part of Kepler.

Rob Williams06/27/13
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Java: Progress Measured in Decades

So Kepler dropped today. I have been writing Akka code lately and was pretty sure there would be no way to use it. I was right. The Scala IDE, a product that only exists as an eclipse plugin, did not even bother to get ready for this train.