OTTAWA, Canada and ESPOO, Finland, September 19 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ --
Nokia and the Eclipse Foundation today announced that Nokia has joined the
Eclipse Foundation as a Strategic Developer and Board member. Nokia will
support the work of the Eclipse open source community by contributing
software and developers to a proposed new Eclipse project.
As a Strategic Developer in the Eclipse Foundation, Nokia will lead a project
to create a framework for mobile Java developer tools, including complete
tooling support for J2ME (Java 2 Micro Edition). The project will deliver a
sustainable mobile tools offering for all developers and companies who wish
to create mobile Java applications and build commercial tools for Java. Nokia
plans to donate several components of its existing Java development tools
technology as well as actively develop new software to introduce tools f... (more)
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In summarizing all the features in the Eclipse 3.0 M8 build that are new
since the previous milestone build, M7, the Eclipse.org download site has a
Everything is itemized, from the new full-screen welcome page to cheat sheets
for walking the user through a lengthy sequence of steps.
Here's a brief selection: Code samples are now available off the new welcome
page, the drag and drop feedback is improved, there's an improved Fastview
bar, better scalability when there are multiple tabs, and improv... (more)
With the announcement of IBM TXSeries support, IBM business partner Acucorp,
a provider of legacy application modernization solutions, has taken a step
closer to developing an Eclipse plug-in.
Acucorp's announced support of IBM TXSeries is a positive step towards
greater plug-in compatibility with Eclipse. Acucorp is a so-called "Add-In
Provider" member of the Eclipse Foundation. The company, for over ten years,
has allied itself with IBM, providing tools designed to enhance flexibility
within IBM's various distributed environments.
Acucorp has said it stands committed towards th... (more)
"We are excited about the Data Tools Platform Project and how it will allow
developers to stay ahead of the curve by enabling real-world development
across a host of mixed software and hardware environments," said David Tong,
vice president of engineering, Sybase, as approval was announced announced of
the new Data Tools Platform (DTP) project proposal as an Eclipse project.
"The DTP Project will be an enabling technology - the platform upon which
more extensive data management products will be built," said Mike Milinkovich
(pictured), executive director of the Eclipse Foundation. ... (more)
The Eclipse Foundation, an open source community committed to the development
of a universal development platform, and Sybase, Inc. (NYSE: SY), a leading
provider of enterprise infrastructure and mobile software, today announced
approval of the new Data Tools Platform (DTP) project proposal. Submitted by
Sybase in February, the DTP project will provide a comprehensive set of data
management frameworks and a representative suite of data management tools,
which are essential for data centric application development.
“The DTP Project will be an enabling technology — the ... (more)