Defining the Future of Cloud Development with Eclipse Cloud DevTools

Defining the Future of Cloud Development with Eclipse
Cloud DevTools

Welcome to the May 2022 Community Newsletter! This month we are showcasing the thriving Eclipse Cloud DevTools ecosystem.

In this issue, we'll take a look at recent releases from Eclipse Che and Eclipse JKube, along with what the new features mean for adopters and users. We also examine the case for Eclipse Theia as the next-generation platform for cloud and web-based development.

Finally, you'll learn about Langium, a language engineering tool that enables domain-specific languages in Theia, VS Code, web applications, and more.

Clark Roundy
Director - Product Marketing


Eclipse Che Gets a New Dev Environments Engine

Learn about the new workspace engine for Eclipse Che, the motivations behind the change, and what this means for current and new users.
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Why It’s Time to Try the Latest Version of Eclipse JKube

Eclipse JKube is the successor to the deprecated Fabric8 Maven plug-in, and the latest version, 1.8.0, is now available. Marc Nuri explains why now is the time to upgrade.
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The Natural Cloud Migration Path for Eclipse Platform Adopters

Learn how Eclipse Theia innovates on the lessons learned from the last 20 years of work on the Eclipse Platform and RCP.
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Langium: A New Toolkit That Simplifies Textual Language Creation

Miro Spönemann explains how to develop textual and graphical languages for Eclipse Theia, VS Code, and more with Langium — a new language toolkit.
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Committer Profile

Robert Kratky
Committer to Eclipse Che

Robert discusses mentoring new contributors, and how his documentation work at Red Hat led to his involvement in Eclipse Che.
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Community Updates

Submit a Nomination for the 2022 Community Awards

With EclipseCon coming back to Ludwigsburg as an in-person event, our Community Awards ceremony will also be making a return. 
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Deadline for EclipseCon Proposals Is June 15!

Submit a proposal to present at the leading conference for developers, architects, and open source business leaders to learn about Eclipse technologies. Read More->


Complete the IoT & Edge Developer and Adoption Survey

There is still time to complete this year's survey! Take a few minutes to share your perspectiveRead More->


Celebrate Jakarta EE 10 With Us

With the release of Jakarta EE 10 coming soon, Jakarta EE is hosting a special Jakarta Tech Talk webinar to mark the occasion. Read More->


Catch Up On Cloud IDE Days Sessions

If you weren't able to attend last month's cloud development event, or want to rewatch your favourite sessions, check out the event recordings on YouTubeRead More->

New Projects

Eclipse jbom generates "Runtime Software Bill of Materials (SBOM)" by directly measuring library use in a running application (both local and remote). 
Eclipse Oniro Blueprints provide a way to demonstrate Oniro features and technology using functional IoT device examples. Read More ->
Eclipse Migration Toolkit for Java provides static/dynamic tools and documents that support the migration of Java applications from previous versions of OpenJDK. Read More ->
Eclipse AAS Web Client is a viewer and client for interaction with Asset Administration Shell information models. Read More ->

New Releases

Upcoming Events

HiPEAC2022 (Budapest)
June 20-22, 2022

Embedded World 2022
June 21-22, 2022

IoT Week - Dublin
June 20-23, 2022

Edge Computing World Europe 2022
June 22-23 2022

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