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Eclipse Project: Releases, Plans, and Reviews

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For each release, an Eclipse project is required to provide a project plan. The project plan is created at the beginning of a release cycle and may be modified throughout the cycle. The plan tells the community what the main areas of focus are in the project. This lets, for example, contributors know what kinds of contributions are going to ...

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Eclipse Community Survey 2012

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Each year we survey the Eclipse community to gather some insight into what developers are doing with Eclipse and open source. We have published the results and the detailed data is available [xls] [ods]. Embedded version of the report is at the end of this post. Each year there are always some key trends shown in the results [2011 results]. ...

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Writing Eclipse Plugins Tutorial – Part 1

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Eclipse is one of three most popular java development IDEs. One reason for its success is its extensibility. Writing eclipse plugins can be very fast and easy for anyone who knows what to do and already done it. Unfortunately, doing something in Eclipse for the first time can be very time consuming and frustrating. Eclipse framework is huge, powerful and ...

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Top 10 Most Popular New Eclipse Plugins

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Eclipse Marketplace continues to be the place to discover interesting and relevant Eclipse plugins. There are over 100,000 successful installs/month of Eclipse-based products via the Eclipse Marketplace client. We have a list of the most popular plugins over the last 30 days and all time. I thought it would be interesting to look at what are the most popular new ...

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Birt Made Report Easy

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Here is the complete guide to build report in Eclipse using Birt plugin. Birt or Business Intelligence and Reporting tool is a tool that can build report without writing toooo many java codes. If you are using ireport you know what I’m talking about :) (crystal report.. no point :D) Main draw back in Ireport is we have to write ...

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Complete Guide To Deploy Java Web Application in Amazon Ec2 using Eclipse

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Hi readers, Today I’m going to show you how to deploy simple java web application in amazon ec2 using Eclipse IDE. Before we begin we need some required things, Eclipse Java EE IDE – You can download in http://www.eclipse.org/downloads/ (Im using Indigo version) Amazon Ec2 account – http://aws.amazon.com/ec2/ (Free account is enough) Some basic understanding about java web application OK, ...

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The Eclipse Common Build Infrastructure

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Creating an Common Build Infrastructure (CBI) at Eclipse has been one of our holy grail pursuits over the years. My main goal in this effort has been to get Eclipse committers out of the build business so that more time and energy can be focused on actually writing software (which is what most software developers would rather spend their time ...

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Application Lifecycle Management at Eclipse

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The Eclipse Foundation has evolved a pretty impressive application lifecycle management story. Based on what I’ve observed over the years, I believe that it’s completely reasonable to say that our ALM story is one of the best in the world: the envy of hundreds of open source projects and closed source development shops around the world. I believe that our ...

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Key accomplishments of Eclipse over last 10 years

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As I have written, Eclipse is celebrating 10 years of open source and community during the month of November. There have been a number of milestones that have shaped the Eclipse community but what have been the major accomplishments? What has Eclipse done to actually change the software industry? Here are what I see as some of the key accomplishments ...

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Launching and Debugging Tomcat from Eclipse without complex plugins

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Modern IDEs like Eclipse provide various Plugins to ease web developement. However, I believe that starting Tomcat as “normal” Java application still provides the best debugging experience. Most of the time, this is because these tools launch Tomcat or any other servlet container as external process and then attach a remote debugger on it. While you’re still able to set ...

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