Our July newsletter features a deep dive on new features of the Eclipse IDE, with contributions from five committers describing what they've been working on over the past year. Whether you're interested in updates to the Eclipse Platform, Eclipse JDT, Eclipse PDE, or debugging improvements, it's a must-read.
We also take a look at Eclipse Diriigible, and what steps the project team has taken to achieve the shortest possible turnaround time for software development in the cloud.
To learn more about the many developer tool projects at the Eclipse Foundation, visit our projects page.
Eclipse Backend function Bindings (BfB) provides a protocol and technology agnostic interface specification in the ecosystem of mobility and automotive applications.Read More ->Eclipse ADAAA provides an Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) Demo Application for the Adaptive AUTOSAR standards.Read More ->Eclipse Chariott aims to develop a metadata-driven middleware/abstraction layer that allows modern programming models to target in-vehicle functions, providing a common way to access the vehicle hardware and sensors, while enhancing the developer journey.Read More ->Eclipse eCAL provides a middleware that enables scalable, high performance interprocess communication on a single computer node or between different nodes in a computer network.Read More ->EclipseMuto provides an adaptive framework and a runtime platform for dynamically composable model-driven ROS software stacks on autonomous vehicles and robots in general. Read More ->Eclipse SommRprovides an automotive grade implementation of the someIP specification for embedded Linux systems together with the required tools to support developers. Read More ->