Tools

Know your projects with Skalli

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Standard [25 minutes]

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Schubartsaal
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This talk focuses on the Eclipse Skalli project and how it enables an Open Source like development model in large enterprises.

Development infrastructures within large enterprises traditionally are heterogeneous and grown over the years: Different teams within the organization are using different source code management systems on different servers. This leads to closed silos and hinders cross-team communication and collaboration. Unfortunately such infrastructures are there to stay and cannot be replaced that easily.

Building Intelligent Applications with Jaspersoft Studio

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Applications are integral to business performance, which is why many software vendors are making their technology smarter with business intelligence. With so many embedding reporting options to chose from its often hard for an application developer to know which tool to use for their environment. This session will explain the ins and outs of the newly released open source based Eclipse plug-in and RCP project called Jaspersoft Studio.

Workaround Driven Development : how Maven integrates with Eclipse WTP

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The Eclipse Web Tools Project (WTP) provides excellent tooling geared toward Java EE development and makes deployment of enterprise applications a breeze, but it’s only good at deploying “Eclipse” projects. Apache Maven, on the other hand, is much more versatile and offers many more features to build your application, but it can feel less productive when it comes to deployment of complex Java EE applications.

Making Eclipse Love Java EE 6

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JavaEE 6 is supported in Eclipse but does not support many aspects of JSF 2 & CDI (Context Dependency Injection).

The open source JBoss Tools project helps bridge that gap and provides excellent JSF and CDI tooling that you can use today with any Java EE compatible Application server.

Tycho - the good, bad and ugly

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Standard [25 minutes]

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Theater
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Tycho promises to merge the world of osgi/p2 with Maven apparently making it dead easy to build plugins.

The JBoss Tools and Developer Studio team moved to Tycho last year and with 350+ plugins we learned a lot about what Tycho can do and not do.

In this talk I will show the Good, bad and ugly experiences we had and discuss our recommendations on how to and how not use Tycho.

CDT and Xtext, a perfect love story ?

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Standard [25 minutes]

This talk will present how we have integrated an Xtext editor in the CDT in industrial context.
Comments in C/C++ are used for developer annotations of course, for DOxygen tags to generate some documentation and in other cases they can host code for formal specification languages like ACSL (ANSI/ISO C Specification Language).

Cross-Platform Mobile Development with Eclipse

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Developing great apps for mobile platforms like Android, iOS or mobile web is a challenging task. Not only do you have to take into consideration the limited resources your app has at it's disposal, you also have to follow the established UI idioms - which may differ on the respective platforms.

Introducing the Visual Editor for XML

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Standard [25 minutes]

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The Visual Editor for XML (aka Vex) is a WYSIWYM editor for XML documents with a long history as sleeping beauty - but it is slowly awakening. Using XML as your document format allows you to concentrate on the content and on the semantics. Vex eases the burden of the angel brackets by hiding them and showing your content in a more readable way.

Extending ColdFusion Builder

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Extended [55 minutes]

One of the most amazing features of ColdFusion Builder, an Eclipse based ColdFusion IDE by Adobe, is the possibility to extend using ColdFusion. Learn how use extensions and how to build them yourself, in no time you'll have an IDE customized for your work!

Using Eclipse to build a Linux distribution

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A Linux distribution consists of many packages put together by software engineers. For Fedora developers, the two worlds of upstream development and distribution packaging are brought together by a tool called Eclipse Fedora Packager. Eclipse Fedora Packager adds Fedora packaging life cycle support to Eclipse. It allows users to edit and validate RPM .spec files, build RPMs, and interact with Fedora infrastructure quickly and easily.

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