XML.LS is an implementation of the LSP written in Java and based on the Eclipse LSP4J framework.
It implements most of the language server protocol features to provide XML editing support while also exposing extension points for 3rd party adopters to provide custom features via a plugin system.
Open VSX Registry is a vendor-neutral open-source alternative to the Visual Studio Marketplace. It provides a server application that manages VS Code extensions in a database, a web application similar to the VS Marketplace, and a command-line tool for publishing extensions. A public instance of the Registry is hosted by Eclipse (TBD), but more instances can be freely deployed in public or private places.
With Streamsheets the everyday technical or business end user can create stream processing applications just by using their existing spreadsheet knowledge (e.g. from Microsoft Excel or Google Sheets). Streamsheets give non-programmers the opportunity to work with event streams with a power and flexibility that would otherwise only be available to an experienced software programmer.
Applications for stream processing are widespread and as generic as spreadsheets can be. Areas Streamsheets can be used in include the following:
The Jakarta EE Starter is a source code generator for Jakarta EE projects. That means that it is a natural fit under the EE4J umbrella.
The scope of the project is to provide a reference agent software implementation featuring the Eclipse hawkBit device API. Such reference implementations are initially driven by operating systems and application frameworks that today constitute the main platforms for the majority of IoT and embedded devices. These devices include but are not limited to: Open Embedded, Android, QT, etc. The scope of the project is to fill the gap that was intentionally left out by the hawkbit project.
The Eclipse Embedded C/C++ plug-ins allow to create, build, debug and in general to manage ARM & RISC-V projects (executables and static/shared libraries, in both 32 and 64-bit versions) with the Eclipse framework. The plug-ins run on Windows, macOS and GNU/Linux.
The main features are:
This project provides tools and components that facilitate the development of decentralized applications. This project provides an IDE for Blockchain based decentralized applications development.
This project focuses on providing compile-time plugins and libraries for the Java ecosystem for:
Building container images
Creating Kubernetes and OpenShift resource descriptors
Deploying resources descriptors
High-tech companies increasingly adopt the Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) paradigm. The use of (formal) models for controller design allows validation and verification of controllers long before they are implemented and integrated into the system. Early validation and verification have been shown to lead to less defects and reduced costs.
The goal of the Eclipse IoT Packages project is to provide a simple getting started experience for Eclipse IoT projects that are integrated with each other. Enabling interested users to get started quickly in their own environment and showing how multiple Eclipse IoT projects can work together, thus acting as a blueprint for custom deployments.