3 years ago we started to develop a multi-tenant eCommerce application based on Eclipse Gyrex and other Eclipse RT technologies for one of our big customers. Our application runs in several data centers and provides a REST-based eCommerce API, which by now powers more than 60 Online Shop frontends.
The platform team at eBay recently embarked on a mission to provide a new Node.js-based web development stack that developers would love using. In this session we will be sharing tips that we learned along the way!
RAP is known as a platform for running remote Eclipse applications on the web. In 2012 the RAP team delivered three versions of the new 2.x development stream, and is now working hard on the 2.3 release for Eclipse Luna.
The cool kid of app development is Google Glass. Early brave developers are already putting out software, experimenting with the new experience. Eclipse is up to the challenge! Whether you are building web based Glassware using the Google Mirror API, native Glass apps, or M2M, eclipse can do it. Add a few simple extensions and it will rock.
This talk will give you an overview of the early tools, and demo developing cool applications for the Glass.
Everything has gone Cloud but developers haven't yet accepted tools that are hosted there, why is that? What's missing in the available Cloud based tooling environments that makes a developer cringe? This talk will look at how you build an app on the desktop and how you build and deploy it in the Cloud to figure out what are the shortcomings of either approach. You're likely to leave this talk a little surprised at how much you really can do in the Cloud, or by your comments, effect the next set of feature requests.