Eclipse Development News


Plugging-in to IBM’s revamped IM client

IBM’s Lotus Software division has dusted off its enterprise instant messaging client and re-architected it using the Eclipse open-source platform.

Metallect reduces the dangers of dev changes

While coding requests for new promotions, pay methods and merchandise continue to pour in and pile up, your developers don't need to burn the midnight oil.

Eclipse Foundation synchronizes largest ever open-source project release

The Eclipse Foundation is making history this week with the Callisto Simultaneous Release initiative, which coordinates 10 Eclipse project upgrades, including BI and reporting tools, a modeling framework, a Web tools platform, test and performance tools, integrated development environments, and the latest version of the Eclipse tooling framework.

Altova releases major upgrades to XML tools suite

The latest version of Altova’s XML tools suite adds features such as CSS support in StyleVision, hyperlinked error messaging in XMLSpy, and Visual Studio and Eclipse integration for MapForce.

The Eclipse Foundation’s Coordinated Kickoff

With the Callisto Simultaneous Release Initiative, the EF is Playing at a Whole New Level

IBM Rational Gets Good Governance with Open-Source Practices

SD West keynoter advises: Focus on developer empowerment.

European contest calls for Java and Eclipse innovations

Software & Support Media, owner of several technology magazines and related events, is presenting JAX Innovation Awards for “outstanding” European contributions in Java and Eclipse.

Good Discussion on JavaLobby

Pros and cons of a central component repository for Java

Eclipse-based BEA Workshop tool supports blended development model

BEA Systems is announcing the latest version of its Eclipse-based BEA Workshop Studio.

Java Needs an On-Line Component Browser

Leveraging Java’s networking strengths to ignite its commercial component marketplace

LogicLibrary's Logidex integrates with Eclipse BI toolkit

LogicLibrary has announced its flagship Logidex solution now integrates with Eclipse's Business Intelligence and Reporting Toolkit (BIRT).

Eclipse shines light on BI and reporting tools

On Monday, the Eclipse Foundation released version 2.0 of its Business Intelligence and Reporting Tools (BIRT) project.

Eclipse Web and J2EE Tools Platform Project rolls out

Project mangers at Eclipse went live with the Web Tools Platform Project last week.

Crystal Reports for Eclipse touted as a Java-based reporting solution

Actuate saw a bona fide opportunity last year when it came on board the open-source Eclipse Foundation as a strategic developer. J2EE programmers had long bemoaned the absence of a native Java reporting solution for Eclipse, the world's most popular Java integrated development environment, and Actuate promised to give them just that, with the Business Intelligence Reporting Tool. It now turns out that Actuate's opportunity isn't unique.

Borland's New Guy

Nielsen's Cool: "Developers Rule!"

Nokia Offers Eclipse-Based Tools for Symbian

What's the biggest stumbling block for the Symbian device OS? According to D’arcy Salzmann, senior product and tools partners manager at Nokia, it's the lack of a coherent tools story.

IBM Donates RUP Assets to Open Source Community

Big Blue this week plans to contribute software development blueprints to the Eclipse Foundation to help developers make fewer coding mistakes.

Nokia Takes Lead in Eclipse J2ME Project, Announces Eclipse-based Symbian Initiative

Nokia's announcement that it joined the Eclipse Foundation as a Strategic Developer and Board member should come as no surprise to anyone watching either the software development tools market or the embedded systems space, says Nasser Iravani, director of the developer support network, Forum Nokia.

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