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The AJAX Toolkit Framework (ATF) provides exemplary tools for creating and debugging AJAX applications. These tools include enhanced JavaScript editing features such as edit-time syntax checking, an embedded DOM browser, CSS Tools, JavaScript debugger, a JavaScript console, and an embedded Mozilla Web browser. The goal of ATF is to provide an ever-expanding set of high-function tools for AJAX developers. The AJAX Toolkit Framework is an extensible framework that supports using arbitrary AJAX runtimes through the Personality Builder function. This session will demonstrate how to use ATF to create, debug, and deploy an AJAX application on both Apache and J2EE servers. This session will also discussion the new functionality in the latest release of the AJAX Toolkit Framework on Eclipse and the proposed JavaScript Development Tool project on Eclipse.  Speaker Bio: Leugi... (more)

Curl Joins Eclipse Foundation and Announces Eclipse Strategy

Curl announced it has joined the Eclipse Foundation, a not-for-profit, member-supported corporation that helps cultivate both an open source community and an ecosystem of complementary products and services. In conjunction with joining the Foundation as an Add-In Member, Curl released details of its plans to base the next phase of its enterprise Rich Internet Application (RIA) development tools on the Eclipse framework. Today’s programmers expect to do much of their programming in an integrated development environment (IDE) without having to jump around to unrelated and di... (more)

Eclipse Special: Eclipse in the News

To view our full selection of recent Eclipse stories click here The Eclipse "Vision" "The vision of Eclipse, on a technology level, was to have a single platform that multiple vendors would contribute to that could target small devices, like embedded devices, or workstations or mainframes. "So it’s sort of like from the wristwatch to the mainframe. Because of the current number of people that are really engaged in working on this, we're really only able to really optimize in the workstation environment but the technology capabilities are to drive it into the embedded, drive it into ... (more)

Eclipse Special: Milestone Build Now Available - Eclipse 3.0 M8

To view our full selection of recent Eclipse stories click here 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 comprehensive approach. 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)

Arthur Ryman Starts His Eclipse Developer's Journal Blog

Arthur Ryman is one of the most influential and well-known names in the Eclipse.org and the Eclipse community. Ryman, a senior technical staff member and development manager at the IBM Toronto Lab, is currently the lead of the "Web Standard Tools" subproject of the "Eclipse Web Tools Platform" project. Ryman's previous development projects include Rational Application Developer, WebSphere Studio Application Developer, and VisualAge for Java. He is a member of the W3C Web Services Description Working Group and is an editor of the Web Services Description Language 2.0 specification... (more)