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Ariya Hidayat03/25/14
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Exploring Eclipse Orion 5

Eclipse Orion released its latest version 5, right before the most recent EclipseCon. This new version packs several exciting features, everything from stylistic change in the appearance to an streamlined cloud deployment.

Wayne Beaton03/20/14
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Official Eclipse Support for Java™ 8

Dani Megert, the project lead for the Java development tools (JDT) project made this announcement earlier today

Erich Styger03/18/14
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Sharing Debug Configuration with Eclipse

Maybe you had this problem too: you shared a project with somebody, only to realize that your carefully crafted debug configuration was not shared?

Ronak Khunt03/11/14
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How to Create a Web Application with OpenShift Using Eclipse

Developing and hosting a web application with OpenShift is very easy. In this post, I am going to demonstrate how to setup/configure Eclipse IDE to develop and host web applications with OpenShift.

Alec Noller02/19/14
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Dev of the Week: Rafał Kuć

Every week here and in our newsletter, we feature a new developer/blogger from the DZone community to catch up and find out what he or she is working on now and what's coming next. This week we're talking to Rafał Kuć, software architect and Solr and Lucene specialist.

Mayur Patil02/19/14
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Book Review: Eclipse 4 Plug-in Development by Example

Eclipse 4 Plug-in Development by Example Beginner's Guide is truly a definitive reference for the Newbies and a pocket guide for Geeks.

Wayne Beaton02/19/14
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Playing with Java 8 Lambdas in the JDT

I’ve been playing with the language a bit while tinkering with the Java 8 support under development by the Eclipse Java development tools (JDT) project.

Kosta Stojanovski02/18/14
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Eclipse's BIRT: Scripted Data Set

If you want to use Java objects as data source and data set in eclipse's BIRT you need to do that by using sripted data source and scripted data set. This article presents the usage of sripted data set in eclipse's BIRT.

Ian Skerrett02/18/14
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Introducing the Updated Eclipse Logo

The existing logo had not been change since Eclipse was launched and it was showing its age. I am happy to announce we have finished the process and am pleased to introduce the updated Eclipse logo.

Wayne Beaton02/10/14
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Java 8 Support in Eclipse

I’ve been following the Java™ 8 work by the Eclipse Java development tools (JDT) team for a while now. Naturally, they’re tracking all of the work through our Bugzilla instance.

Wayne Beaton02/08/14
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Building and Running Java 8 Support

The Eclipse support for Java 8 is not yet available for download. If you want to play with it, you’ve got to build it.

Alec Noller02/05/14
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Dev of the Week: Rafael Winterhalter

Every week here and in our newsletter, we feature a new developer/blogger from the DZone community to catch up and find out what he or she is working on now and what's coming next. This week we're talking to Rafael Winterhalter, Java enthusiast and software engineer at Kantega in Oslo, Norway.

Chen Harel02/04/14
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How to Write the Perfect Stack Overflow Question (After Analyzing 10,000)

This article is the result of researching over 10,000 Stack Overflow questions. It summarizes how you need to phrase and write your question in order to get better and faster answers.

Kees Pieters02/04/14
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JXSE and Equinox Tutorial, Part 3: Introducing the JP2P Container

In the third part of this series on implementing JXTA in Eclipse/equinox, the JP2P container is introduced as a novel way to create JXTA applications. This tutorial will cover some features that are already available, and can help to make the development of JXTA applications in Eclipse/Equinox a bit easier.

Gerard Davison02/03/14
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Post-Hoc Tracing Using a Debugger

One nice little feature of most debuggers that I have been exercising recently is the ability to log information on a breakpoint. This can be a really useful way to understand code without having to modify it or involve byte code modification, and in this article, you'll learn how to do it.