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From Our Roots to Robots:
The Ever-Evolving Open Source World
This year marks the 20th anniversary of the Eclipse IDE, and it’s still going strong. The Eclipse IDE 2021-06 simultaneous release is out, and we recently announced the creation of the Eclipse IDE Working Group to guide the IDE’s future.
At the same time, we’re seeing huge strides forward in newer projects hosted at the Eclipse Foundation, particularly in areas such as automotive, IoT and edge, cloud development tools, and cloud native Java.
This month, we look at the latest features in the project that started it all — the Eclipse IDE. We also share stories about Eclipse iceoryx, which is integrated into the Robot Operating System (ROS) 2 and other frameworks, and the open source software that’s driving autonomous racecars.
Open Source Software Drives Indy Autonomous Challenge Racecars
Discover the Eclipse Foundation projects and other open source software used in the autonomous driving technology developed for Indy Autonomous Challenge racecars.
Read the Eclipse Cloud Development Tools White Paper
Our newest white paper explains how the Eclipse Cloud DevTools ecosystem is defining the future of cloud native software development with open source tools and technologies. Read More->
New Resource Hub for Open Source Program Offices
The Eclipse Foundation has partnered with leading European open source, non-profit organizations to develop OSPO.Zone, a free, online resource hub for Open Source Program Offices (OSPOs). Read More->
Eclipse SAAM Mobility 2021 Recap
The virtual conference brought together industry experts and researchers focusing on security and privacy, artificial intelligence, architecture, modelling, and related challenges for next-generation mobility. Read More ->
Eclipse Furo components for the presentation logic and for the visual representation of an application and a built-in flow-based programming language which allows you to build your application fully declarative. Read More ->Eclipse Dataspace Connector will integrate with existing data exchange technologies and provide these missing pieces to create a system for data sharing where each organization is able to exert control over how its shared data is used. Read More ->Jakarta Config supports externalized configuration allowing applications to use different configurations for different environments and allows reading data from different layered configuration sources such as property files, environment variables, etc. Read More ->