List of Projects

PROJECT NAME WEBSITE CODE DOWNLOAD Details

Eclipse Vorto

The Vorto project comprises of the meta information model, the tool set to create information models, the code generators and the repository to manage existing information models. The meta information model and also the tool set are based on the Eclipse EMF (Eclipse Modeling Framework) framework.

Eclipse Wakaama

Wakaama provides APIs for a server application to send commands to registered LWM2M Clients. On client applications, Wakaama checks received commands for syntax and access rights and then dispatches them to the relevant objects.

Eclipse Web Tools Platform Project

The Eclipse Web Tools Platform (WTP) project extends the Eclipse platform with tools for developing Web and Java EE applications. It includes source and graphical editors for a variety of languages, wizards and built-in applications to simplify development, and tools and APIs to support deploying, running, and testing apps.

Eclipse Whiskers

Whiskers is an OGC SensorThings API framework consisting of a JavaScript client and a light-weight server for IoT gateways (e.g., Raspberry Pi). The SensorThings API is an OGC (Open Geospatial Consortium) standard that allows IoT (Internet of Things) devices and their data to be connected; a major goal is to foster a healthy and open IoT ecosystem, as opposed to one dominated by proprietary information silos.

Eclipse WindowBuilder

Eclipse WindowBuilder is composed of Eclipse SWT Designer and Eclipse Swing Designer and makes it very easy to create Java GUI applications without spending a lot of time writing code. Use the WYSIWYG visual designer and layout tools to create simple forms to complex windows; the Java code will be generated for you. Easily add controls using drag-and-drop, add event handlers to your controls, change various properties of controls using a property editor, internationalize your app and much more.

Eclipse Winery

Eclipse Winery is a web-based environment to graphically model TOSCA topologies and plans managing these topologies. The environment includes a type and template management component to offer creation and modification of all elements defined in the TOSCA specification. All information is stored in a repository, which allows importing and exporting using the TOSCA packaging format.

Eclipse Xtext

Eclipse Xtext is a framework for development of programming languages and domain specific languages. It covers all aspects of a complete language infrastructure, from parsers, over linker, compiler or interpreter to fully-blown top-notch Eclipse IDE integration. It comes with good defaults for all these aspects and at the same time every single aspect can be tailored to your needs.

Eclipse Yasson

Eclipse Yasson is a Java framework which provides a standard binding layer between Java classes and JSON documents. This is similar to what JAXB is doing in the XML world. Yasson is an official reference implementation of JSON Binding (JSR-367).

EclipseLink Project

The EclipseLink project's goal is to provide a complete persistence solution that is both comprehensive and universal. It will run in any Java environment and read and write objects to virtually any type of data source, including relational databases, XML, or EIS systems.

Edapt

Edapt defines APIs and provides implementations for the following functionality:

EGL Development Tools

The EGL Development Tools (EDT) project provides tools and resources for developing applications with the EGL programming language. It includes a set of development tools for the Eclipse Workbench, which adds editors, views, wizards, builders, and other features commonly found in an Eclipse IDE. The EDT project also includes an EGL language parser, compiler, and generators, which can be invoked via the tools (e.g. builders) or from the command line (e.g. for headless compilation and generation). In addition to these tools, the EDT project contains EGL part definitions (e.g.

EMF Refactor

EMF Refactor is an Eclipse open source tool environment conveniently supporting a structured model quality assurance process. In particular, EMF Refactor supports metrics reporting, smell detection, and refactoring for models being based on the Eclipse Modeling Framework, a widely used open source technology in model-based software development.

EMF Teneo Model - Relational Database Integration

Teneo is a database persistency solution for EMF using Hibernate or EclipseLink. It supports automatic creation of EMF to Relational Mappings. EMF Objects can be stored and retrieved using advanced queries (HQL or EJB-QL).

emfatic

A textual syntax for EMF Ecore (meta-)models.

EMFT Texo

The Texo project provides annotation driven code generation for server-side web application environments. At runtime Texo supports XML/XMI persistence and runtime model access. JSON serialization and automatic JPA persistence are under development. For documentation visit the Texo wiki. To download Texo visit the Download & Install page.

Enterprise Tools for the OSGi Service Platform

The Plug-in Development Environment project and Web Tools Platform project provide plenty of tools for OSGi development and Java EE development, respectively. Libra will provide the missing pieces that will bring the PDE and WTP tooling together for implementing OSGi Enterprise scenarios.

Epsilon

Epsilon is a family of languages and tools for code generation, model-to-model transformation, model validation, comparison, migration and refactoring that work out-of-the-box with EMF and other types of models.

Equinox Incubator

The goal of the Equinox Incubator is to experiment with techniques for broadening the range of Eclipse platform runtime configurations. For example, areas such as security, the use of Equinox on the server and Aspect weaving are prime candidates for investigation in the Incubator.

Flux

The development tooling landscape is changing and moving towards cloud-based developer tooling. While this movement is what everybody is talking about, a clear vision of how cloud-based developer tooling will look is still missing. Converting the existing desktop-based IDEs into something that runs in the browser seems to be the wrong approach. At the same time all of the cloud-based approaches seem to be fully disconnected from the existing desktop-based IDEs. They require that developers “move over” into the cloud for doing their development. Often they have to leave existing tools behind while the new cloud-based tooling is missing important functionality that people use every day in their existing desktop IDEs. This project bridges the gap.

Fortran Development Tools (Photran)

The aim of the Parallel Tools Platform project is to produce an open-source industry-strength platform that provides a highly integrated environment specifically designed for parallel application development. The project will provide a standard, portable parallel IDE that supports a wide range of parallel architectures and runtime systems; a scalable parallel debugger; support for the integration of a wide range of parallel tools; and an environment that simplifies the end-user interaction with parallel systems.