Jakarta Contexts and Dependency Injection defines a powerful set of complementary services that help to improve the structure of application code.
A well-defined lifecycle for stateful objects bound to lifecycle contexts, where the set of contexts is extensible
A sophisticated, typesafe dependency injection mechanism, including the ability to select dependencies at either development or deployment time, without verbose configuration
Bean Validation is a specification which
lets you express constraints on object models via annotations
lets you write custom constraints in an extensible way
provides the APIs to validate objects and object graphs
provides the APIs to validate parameters and return values of methods and constructors
reports the set of violations (localized)
This project demonstrates how you can develop applications with the Jakarta EE platform using widely adopted architectural best practices like Domain-Driven Design (DDD). The code is intended to mirror a non-trivial application that developers in the real work would work on. It attempts to demonstrate first-hand how you can use Jakarta EE to effectively meet practical enterprise concerns such as productivity, agility, testability, flexibility, maintainability, scalability and security.
In domains like automotive, robotics or gaming, a huge amount of data must be transferred between different parts of the system. If these parts are actually different processes on a POSIX based operating system like Linux, this huge amount of data has to be transferred via an inter-process-communication (IPC) mechanism.
The GLSP provides extensible components to enable the development of diagram editors including edit functionality in (distributed) web-applications via a client-server protocol. By applying the architectural pattern of the language server protocol (LSP) to graphical languages and diagram modeling tools, it aims to achieve the same modularity and flexibility for diagram editors that has been enabled by the LSP for textual languages.
Cloe is an enhanced middleware solution for closed-loop simulations, with a focus on functional software tests on system level. Cloe is used as a development tool for interactive and scripted workstation simulations, for code debugging, and for automated tests on servers. Cloe covers a central part of the verification and validation strategy, needed by all vendors in the field of Automated Driving.
Eclipse ShellWax will provide editor for *.sh files with:
- error markers
- hover help
- and other common editor functions.
Executing shell scripts from inside the IDE and seeing output in Eclipse console will be supported too.
Eclipse Repairnator is an intelligent bot for continuous integration: it suggests fixes for bugs and missing tests for quality assurance. Repairnator is artificial intelligence for continuous integration: “AI for CI“. Repairnator is an open-source software project, resulting from years of academic research in the field of software engineering.
Reparinator started as an open source project on GitHub. By becoming an Eclipse project, we expect that it will grow and mature with contributions from multiple companies and research groups.
Examples for Jakarta EE.
Eclipse Codewind will start by providing an IDE-agnostic library for tools required for cloud application development: