Learn what our sponsors say about being a part of EclipseCon!
TypeFox has been supporting EclipseCon and the Eclipse community in general since the company was founded in 2016. This conference always was the place where we presented the new open source projects that we started over the years: LSP4J in 2016, Theia and Sprotty in 2017, Open VSX in 2019. These projects are now thriving and integral parts of the cloud development tools community at Eclipse.
This year our focus will be on our latest project Langium (https://langium.org), a TypeScript-based language engineering framework. We regard this as the successor of Xtext, a similar framework based on Java that was started by TypeFox founder Sven Efftinge in 2008. In addition to Langium, we will have presentations involving Theia and Sprotty. And of course you can meet us at our booth in front of Bürgersaal 2 to see live demos of our open source frameworks, discuss technical details or business perspectives, or just hang around with our team.
TypeFox offers development and consulting services around the open source projects we are involved in. If you need custom tools with domain-specific languages or visualizations, get in touch with us!
Eclipse is an integral part of WAMAS® software development at SSI Schäfer, an intralogistics software solution for warehouses. Eclipse (and RCP) provides a stable and performant basis for our development environment and our applications alike. We have successfully relied on this basis for the last decades and we continue to rely on this technology to meet the dimensions of scalability.
We – that is developers and programmers for the intralogistic software solution WAMAS® – are an interdisciplinary team that is located in the most diverse locations of the Group: in Austria in Graz and Friesach, in Germany in Giebelstadt, Münster, Dortmund and Oberviechtach, and in Romania. Security, availability and innovation characterise this cooperation in the field of open source software. For us, this is a very important factor for the success of the product and thus the company. The people behind the Eclipse Foundation more than meet these requirements and it is a pleasure to work with these experts.
We are so glad to be a part of EclipseCon through our sponsorship and our presence at Ludwigsburg (Germany) for this new edition.
EclipseCon is the place to share with our peers about our expertise. It allows us to stay at the forefront and develop our community.
We decided to sponsor again this year because we believe in the community and open source model for developing lasting software. At Obeo, it’s part of our DNA.
For example, this year, we are presenting a lot of content around Sirius Web, a tool we developed ourselves or through customers’ projects, sponsorships’ development, partnerships, etc. During this event, we have 3 talks focused on Modeling and Sirius Web:
- Sirius Web 101: Create a Modeler With No Code - learn how to create a web graphical modeler without even writing one line of code thanks to Sirius Web
- Langium + Sirius Web = <3 - discover how textual domain specific languages can be integrated with graphical modeling, in the web and using the latest technologies
- NabLab: from Eclipse to VSCode thanks to LSP & Sirius Web - a great case study to learn about the challenges of creating a VSCode extension from an Eclipse based tooling using LSP, Xtext-LSP, and Sirius Web, in the context of exascale High Performance Computing technologies
So, if you want to know more about it, let’s come to our talks and meet us at our booth!
Celebrating 30 years of innovation in the software development tool space, ARCAD Software is the only vendor to combine DevOps and Modernization for IBM i (aka iSeries, AS/400) in an integrated, Eclipse-based product range, distributed by IBM. We are delighted to sponsor EclipseCon again and looking forward to meeting you in person this year!