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Orion: Components and Services

Simon Kaegi (IBM )

Making at Eclipse · Standard
Thursday, 14:00, 20 minutes | Ballroom D

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Strong modularity and extensibility are concepts that have been central to the success of the Eclipse platform on the desktop and more recently in server-side environments. The Web is an ever increasingly important target and as part of the Orion project in the Eclipse e4 incubator, members of the platform team have been looking at how those same concepts might be mapped to the browser. This talk describes our not altogether pleasant experiences with both JavaScript modularity and the various toolkits as well as our current thinking around the integration of components and services in an HTML 5 world.

Simon Kaegi is a software developer working for IBM Rational at the software lab in beautiful Ottawa, Canada. He is a member of the Eclipse core team and committer on equinox (server-side, p2, and compendium) and e4 (JavaScript modularity and debug). Lately he has been thinking about Web IDEs and would love to discuss.