IDEs

Sun, 2015-12-20 21:39

Eclipse: The Evolution and Future of IDEs (Grand Ballroom ABC)

The developer workspace has evolved to support every language, framework, paradigm, and runtime. The Eclipse IDE is the world’s most popular, installed over two million times per month and used by developers everywhere.

Yet, developers are frustrated. They want to do more but cannot - inhibited by workspaces that make configuration complex, non-portable, and non-collaborative.

Thu, 2015-12-03 12:59

Cloud Development with Dirigible in the Eyes of a Java-saurus

Dirigible is a cloud development toolkit part of the Eclipse Cloud Development (ECD) top-level project. It provides both development tools and runtime environment with a focus on JavaScript support client- and server-side. Its ultimate goal is to enable the shortest development turnaround time by employing the in-system programming model.

Tue, 2015-11-24 09:30

50 Shades of an IDE

What is an IDE anyway? Everyone knows what an IDE does. Some people swear by them and others consider them to be a crutch. This talk looks at the history of the IDE, describes the features of an idealized IDE. What makes a good IDE? Come and find out.

Mon, 2015-11-23 17:15

Rethinking the Out of the Box Experience of Eclipse as an IDE

The Eclipse Java IDE serves as a key development tool for millions of software developers around the world. But from the existence of "ihateeclipse.com" and numerous "why X is better than Eclipse" blog posts, our IDE seems to fail many of our prospective users. Upon examination, most of these complaints relate to missing functionality that is actually available, but whose defaults don't match that user's expectations. Knowing how to change these defaults is a bit involved.

Mon, 2015-11-23 03:58

Pair programming in the Cloud with Eclipse Che, Eclipse Flux, Orion, Eclipse IDE and Docker

During this session, we will do a live demo of a prototype showing multi editing and real time collaboration from 3 different editors from the foundation: Che, Orion and Eclipse IDE. The prototype will use a Flux micro service running inside a Che docker runner that will allow Orion, Eclipse IDE and Che editors to edit the same file in real time like in Google Docs. Come with your laptop, your phone or tablet and join our pair programming session!

Fri, 2015-11-20 11:57

Integrating Different IDEs with a Common Set of Developer Services

Developing modern applications requires varied tools and languages to address multiple platforms and form factors. Often, different tools are used by teams to plan, code, build, track, test, deploy, and monitor. How can these activities be normalized to reduce team friction? This session details approaches Microsoft is taking to plugin development. By building plugins for different IDEs that integrate with a common set of team services, developers can use diverse tools to participate in the same team activities.

Wed, 2015-11-18 18:10

Smart, slim and good looking - Building Smart Editors with Eclipse and JavaFX

As part of the e(fx)clipse project a set of components has been developed who allow you implement your own IDE or embed and smart editor into your own Java application.

In this talk we'll give an introduction to the components and APIs available and we'll build a complete Smart-Code editor who has:

  • Syntax Highlighting
  • Autocomplete
  • Error Reporting
  • Outline-Viewer
  • Access to git

for one of the emerging languages (Go, Rust, Typescript) or all of them

Mon, 2015-11-02 11:47

Building Modern UI for Eclipse RCP

Eclipse 4 has new tools for building RCP applications including pluggable presentation engine, CSS support, dependency injection and more. Does it make Eclipse attractive for building modern applications?

Our company is working on an Eclipse-based IDE for cross-platform mobile app development. The primary competitors of our product are Xamarin Studio, PhoneGap and Qt. Besides including several killer features to our product, we were faced with the necessity to pay close attention to the RCP user interface.

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