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Project is hosted in the Eclipse organization at GitHub.

IOTA Trinity

Trinity is a cross-platform toolkit built with React / React Native, and with additional native components where necessary.

  • Core modules support basic functions such as seed storage, address generation and signing.

Jakarta EE NoSQL

Create the specification in Jakarta EE to help Jakarta EE developers create enterprise-grade applications using Java® and NoSQL technologies. It helps them create scalable applications while maintaining low coupling with the underlying NoSQL technology.

The development of the new API will use Eclipse JNoSQL as a starting point (first compatible implementation and inspiration for the APIs and TCKs):

DBeaver

It is a tool for databases (SQL or NoSQL) data/metadata management. Somehow it is similar to existing Eclipse DTP project but uses very different workflow, UI and internal structure. also it doesn't rely on JDBC only. It is hosten on Eclipse Marketplace for years and now it is in top 50 (https://marketplace.eclipse.org/content/dbeaver)

Eclipse Wild Web Developer

Eclipse Wild Web Developer integrates existing artifacts like TextMate grammars and Language Servers to provide a rich development experience to Web developers using typical programming languages for the Web (CSS, HTML, JSon, JavaScript, TypeScript...).

Eclipse Wild Web Developer is about integrating existing technologies for those languages more than creating more specific language smartness.

Eclipse SWTChart

Eclipse SWTChart allows to create different types of charts. The API is well designed and allows to create Line, Bar and Scatter charts easily. Size, colors, axes, ranges and all aspects of the charts can be modified via code. So, it's easy to create customized charts. Moreover, the library already contains a data compression to show large data sets in a performant way. In addition to that, charts can be created even more easily with the SWTChart extensions.

Eclipse Sprotty

Eclipse Sprotty is a next-generation, open-source, web-based diagramming framework.

Instead of using a cross-compiler or an existing framework, we decided to start from scratch with web technologies: The client is implemented in TypeScript, SVG is used for rendering, and CSS for styling. We also use a unidirectional event-cycle with a virtual DOM as opposed to the traditional model-view-controller pattern to better fit the demands of web applications.