f you want to create any of these projects listed below using Eclipse IDE,
OSGi Application Project
OSGi Bundle Project
OSGi Composite Bundle Project
2 replies - 11569 views - 09/20/11 by Singaram Subramanian in Articles
Although there is almost any kind of functionality available in
IntelliJIDEA, either as a base functionality or via plugins, there's
still a fraction of...
0 replies - 4661 views - 08/31/11 by Anton Arhipov in Articles
Each IDE generates its specific project/config/build files. Eclipse
generates .project and .classpath, and also the .settings directory.
IntelliJ IDEA has...
9 replies - 7453 views - 08/24/11 by Bozhidar Bozhanov in Articles
In Eclipse, when you press Ctrl button and click on any
Class names, the IDE will take you to the source file for that class.
This is the normal behavior...
0 replies - 13890 views - 08/18/11 by Veera Sundar in Articles
What’s the average lifespan of a corporate software application? I’m
feeling too lazy to find a serious study, but a licked finger in the
0 replies - 3141 views - 07/22/11 by Andrew Spencer in Articles
The traditional debugger as we know it hasn't changed since the dawn
of programming; which is to say it has remained pretty much the same
7 replies - 6894 views - 07/18/11 by Prashant Deva in Articles
In the last week I am very pleased to announce CloudBees and Jaspersoft
have both joined as a member of the Eclipse Foundation and both
2 replies - 5349 views - 07/13/11 by Ian Skerrett in News
In IntelliJ, I use Live Templates quite heavily and still think that
these are underused. It is not only the standard number of templates
that can make...
0 replies - 6635 views - 07/11/11 by Anton Arhipov in Articles
Spring developers using Eclipse should take a close look at SpringSource Tool Suite (STS). STS is a FREE IDE, based on Eclipse with many of the essential tool...
0 replies - 6539 views - 07/07/11 by Gordon Dickens in Articles
Eclipse or IntelliJ? NetBeans or Eclipse? IntelliJ or NetBeans? The dispute about the IDEs is the most popular among the software developers and hardly will...
10 replies - 9625 views - 07/05/11 by Anton Arhipov in Articles
About half a year ago, I began to work on what has become my most popular open source project up until now: Eclipse Color Theme,
a plugin that makes...
6 replies - 12601 views - 06/29/11 by Felix Dahlke in Articles
This is a reposting from Mik Kersten's Tasktop Blog. The Eclipse Indigo release delivered a year’s worth of
improvements on what has become the de facto...
0 replies - 6673 views - 06/27/11 by Ross Jernigan in News
Modelling is a huge part of the Eclipse eco-system, and the Indigo release train brings Xtext 2.0, the new version of the
award winning framework for...
5 replies - 7539 views - 06/23/11 by James Sugrue in Articles
For the eight successive year, the latest iteration of the Eclipse release train, Indigo, is now available for developers everywhere. And once again, the...
10 replies - 8836 views - 06/22/11 by James Sugrue in Articles
I don't mind working with code or structured text files in a
plain-text editor like Textpad, but my ability to read and comprehend
increases with an editor...
0 replies - 16651 views - 06/22/11 by Mike Christianson in Articles
With the Eclipse Indigo release just one day away, let's take a look at some of the most impressive tooling additions that have been made for Eclipse users....
3 replies - 11445 views - 06/21/11 by James Sugrue in Articles
We’re making use of MarkLogic and therefore xquery
on the project I’m currently working on and recently wanted to add our
xquery setup files onto...
1 replies - 4197 views - 06/10/11 by Mark Needham in Articles
We have just published the 2011 edition of our Open Source Developer Report, the results of our Eclipse Community Survey.
I always enjoy going through the...
1 replies - 4985 views - 06/10/11 by Ian Skerrett in Articles
The Eclipse Foundation has released the results of the annual Eclipse Community Survey. The fact that the survey is annual provides the opportunity to spot...
0 replies - 5667 views - 06/10/11 by James Sugrue in Articles
Like most things in life, Eclipse (which ColdFusion Builder is built
on) can do with a clean every now and then. Generally I find after
0 replies - 6476 views - 06/06/11 by Sam Farmer in News