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  • AdoptOpenJDK to Become Eclipse Adoptium

    The AdoptOpenJDK project is to move under the Eclipse umbrella as Eclipse Adoptium as part of a transition to an open-source foundation. Having a vendor-neutral open-source foundation to steward the AdoptOpenJDK project will give a strong basis for the future. Read on to find out what it means from a practical perspective and how the transition will play out.

  • Theia Framework 1.0 Enables Web IDEs

    Theia is a framework for building multi-language IDEs upon JavaScript, and powers GitPod.io, Arduino's new Pro IDE, and Arm's new mBed Studio. Earlier this week they released 1.0 signifying that they had reached stability and the vendor-neutral open-source framework was ready for use. Read on to find out more about what Eclipse Theia delivers and how it differs from VS Code.

  • Developer Surveys Survey: Including a Spotlight on Java Results

    JRebel and Snyk have recently published their Java/JVM technology reports, and Codingame and Tiobe have published reports into language usage and adoption. InfoQ looks at the state of play of these reports, and what is happening in the Java and wider ecosystems today.

  • The Java EE Guardians Rebrand as the Jakarta EE Ambassadors

    Under the auspices of the Eclipse Foundation, the rebranding of the Java EE Guardians to the Jakarta EE Ambassadors has been completed. They were a driving force that ultimately led to Oracle open-sourcing Java EE and transferring ownership to the Eclipse Foundation. Reza Rahman, program manager, Java on Azure at Microsoft, spoke to InfoQ about this rebranding.

  • Eclipse Foundation Proposes Vulnerability Assessment Tool

    The Eclipse Foundation is evaluating a proposal to incorporate a Vulnerability Assessment Tool that would help identify libraries with known security issues. The possible result would help inform developers when their application faces a downstream risk from using vulnerable components.

  • Eclipse Introduces New IDE-Agnostic Tools for Building and Deploying Cloud-Native Applications

    Eclipse Codewind is a new developer-centric project from the Eclipse Foundation that aims to assist developers by providing ways to quickly and consistently accomplish tasks that are common to cloud-native application development.

  • Eclipse and Oracle Unable to Agree on Terms for javax Package Namespace and Trademarks

    The Eclipse Foundation and Oracle were unable to agree on a path forward for enhancing Java EE's javax namespace, requiring all applications to be ported to a new namespace for Jakarta EE.

  • Red Hat Releases Eclipse Che-Based IDE CodeReady Workspaces

    On February 5th Red Hat released their Kubernetes-native, cloud-based development environment CodeReady Workspaces. CodeReady Workspaces is built upon the Eclipse Che project and has been optimized for OpenShift and Red Hat Enterprise Linux. This release includes shareable templates that contain all runtime components, developer tooling, and source code required to work on an application.

  • Eclipse Releases MicroProfile 2.2 for Java Microservices

    The Eclipse foundation recently released MicroProfile 2.2, helping developers to create microservices on top of EE 8. This release comes at the same time that Eclipse is taking over as steward of Java EE and rebranding it to Jakarta EE.

  • Eclipse Releases GlassFish 5.1 Certified as Compatible with Java EE 8

    Eclipse has achieved another GlassFish milestone with the anticipated GA release of version 5.1. A year in the making, this milestone included previous GlassFish milestones such as the full migration of source code and open-sourcing the Java EE TCK (September 2018), the RC1 release of GlassFish 5.1 (October 2018), and the integration of EclipseLink and Eclipse Jersey in GlassFish (December 2018).

  • Eclipse Foundation Releases Eclipse Photon IDE

    The Eclipse Foundation has released the latest version of the Eclipse IDE. Eclipse Photon brings support for both Java 10 and Java EE 8, improvements for PHP development tools, Dark theme improvements, and more.

  • Eclipse Photon Nears Release

    Eclipse Photon, the seventeenth annual release of the Eclipse Project, will be released in June, but we’re keeping an eye on all the new and noteworthy features in each pre-release milestone. Milestone 6 (M6) offers noteworthy features for the Eclipse Platform, Java Development Tools (JDT), Plug-in Development Environment (PDE), Equinox sub-project, and for JDT and Eclipse Platform developers.

  • Public Review of Java MVC 1.0 Specification is Now Open

    Public review of JSR-371, Model-View-Controller (MVC) version 1.0 specification, is now open. The latest features include support for data binding and internationalization. Eclipse Ozark, a full implementation of MVC 1.0, is expected to release version 1.0 in conjunction with the final release of JSR-371. Ivar Grimstad, principal consultant for the Cybercom Group, spoke to InfoQ about MVC 1.0.

  • EE4J Code Begins the Journey to Open Source

    Enterprise Java source code is beginning the Open Source journey to the Eclipse EE4J project

  • Hazelcast Joins the Eclipse Foundation

    Hazelcast, a provider in open source In-Memory Data Grid (IMDG), recently joined the Eclipse Foundation to work with the other members of the Eclipse community to mainly focus on JCache, Eclipse MicroProfile, and EE4J. Greg Luck, CEO at Hazelcast, spoke to InfoQ about Hazelcast joining the Eclipse Foundation.

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