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Progress and Release Reviews

The Eclipse Development Process (EDP) requires that a project team engage in a successful progress or release review before creating a formal release. We use progress and release reviews as an opportunity to validate that a project team is following the open source rules of engagement, and are consistently implementing the EDP and the Eclipse Intellectual Property (IP) Policy.   Progress and release reviews ...

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Eclipse Foundation Specification Process Step-by-Step

Scientific progress goes “boink”? – Hobbes The Eclipse Foundation Specification Process (EFSP) provides a framework and governance model for developers engaged in the process of developing specifications. Specification: A specification is a collection of related artifacts. The EFSP defines a specification as a “collection of Application Programming Interface (API) definitions, descriptions of semantic behavior, data formats, protocols, and/or other referenced ...

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Hidden Treasures of Eclipse Collections

Eclipse Collections is an open source Java Collections framework. Please refer to the resources at the end of the blog for more information about the framework. In this blog I am going to demonstrate five lesser known features of the framework. distinct(): When you want to get unique items in your List the typical way to get them is to ...

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API Design of Eclipse Collections

Eclipse Collections is an open source Java Collections Framework which enables writing functional, fluent code in Java. History Eclipse Collections started off as a collections framework named Caramel at Goldman Sachs in 2004. Since then the framework has evolved, and in 2012, it was open sourced to GitHub as a project called GS Collections. Over the years, around 40 or ...

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Eclipse RAP with Spring Boot

Intro I like Eclipse :-). I’ve been using it for many years. I think the IDE is great and it is free! But Eclipse is much more than just the IDE. It is more like an ecosystem of applications, plugins and projects. Anyone can use the Eclipse Framework to create his/her own Eclipse-based application.   It is called Eclipse RCP ...

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While Waiting for Jakarta EE

It is more than a year since Oracle announced the transfer of Java™ EE to Eclipse Foundation at JavaOne 2017. Since then, a lot has happened: Java™ EE 8 API and implementation projects have been set up under EE4J. The Eclipse GlassFish 5.1 release is approaching. A brand new Jakarta EE specification process is right around the corner. Community shows ...

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Eclipse IP Process: Service Releases of Third Party Content

The primary role of the Eclipse IP Team is to reduce the risks associated with adopting open source software. In broad terms, they ensure that the licenses on content are compatible, that provenance is clear, and that content otherwise unencumbered from a legal point-of-view (strictly speaking, the team does all of this only for Type B requests). In other words, ...

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Top 30 Eclipse Keyboard Shortcuts for Java Programmers

This tutorial is about 30 Eclipse keyboard shortcuts, this list is by no means complete and I will suggest you guys share eclipse shortcuts listed other than here to make this more useful. Eclipse is the most used Java development IDE and knowing Eclipse shortcuts not only improve your productivity but also makes you more efficient. You will have more ...

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