In 2014 Codenvy set itself a goal of doubling the number of commits per developer and halving the time from feature commit to deployment in production. With 73 separate GitHub repos covering both the open source Eclipse Che and closed source Codenvy products plus 8 distribution packages this was a daunting task. Attendees will learn the cultural, process and tooling changes that allowed Codenvy to achieve these goals.
Now that the Orion editor is becoming one of the most capable editors for web development we've had a lot of interest in allowing clients to embed the editor into their own UIs. To satisfy that need we've developed a new stand alone editor component specifically designed to be used as an embedded widget. Unlike Orion's previous stand alone offering this one comes with most of the capabilities of the full-blown Orion editor (Content Assist, smart hovers, NLS support...).
The focus here is on two things:
Things move very quickly in the web world. We've had three releases in the last year, each with significant improvements. The main focus has been on making the editing experience more productive by improving the tooling (Content Assist, smart hovers, theme support, split editors...). The new features span the full range of languages with integrated support for CSS, HTML and Java Script.