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speaker manoj

Manoj Palat

Eclipse Neon and Beyond - The JDT Perspective

Wednesday, June 15, 2016

8:30AM EST

Description: This talk will have two parts - the first part will cover the new and noteworthy features of JDT in the Eclipse Neon. Java has always been evolving and now we have Java 9 round the corner. The second part will cover Java 9 support in JDT which is available from the MarketPlace for Neon.


speaker gorkem

Gorkem Ercan

speaker ilya

Ilya Buziuk

JSDT 2.0

Thursday, June 16, 2016


Description: Eclipse JavaScript Development Tools (JSDT) have reached a new level of features and usability with Eclipse Neon. Many things were implemented as part of the JSDT 2.0 release that is going to be available in June. This webinar serie will demonstrate the new features:

  • Package managers (npm / bower)
  • Build systems (grunt / gulp)
  • Node.js Tools
  • ECMAScript 2015 (ES6) parser
The talk will also feature plans for the future of JavaScript development in Eclipse IDE.


speaker antoine

Antoine Thomas

speaker chris

Christopher Guindon

The Eclipse User Storage Service: Creating a Better User Experience for Developers

Monday, June 20, 2016


Description: Eclipse projects often need to maintain user data or state information that can persist across multiple computers or workspaces. The Eclipse User Storage Service (USS) is here to help solve this problem. The Eclipse USS is a new storage service from the Eclipse Foundation, that allows projects to store and retrieve user data and preferences from our servers.


speaker nieraj

Nieraj Singh

speaker elson

Elson Yuen

Eclipse Tools for Cloud Foundry Overview

Tuesday, June 21, 2016


Description: The Eclipse Tools for Cloud Foundry is a member of the cloud family at Eclipse, and now officially part of the Neon simultaneous release and also part of the JEE EPP Package! The Tools can be used out of the box and also be extended by third parties to contribute their own Cloud Foundry flavors. This talk will introduce the project and show how to use this open source tool to deploy, test and manage Java applications on Cloud Foundry without leaving the Eclipse IDE. We will demo how to scale applications, manage service bindings and debug applications running on CF. We will also talk about the new functions introduced in Neon. Cloud Foundry itself is an open platform as a service that provides a choice of clouds, runtime frameworks, and application services. CFT is a flexible framework that can support different Cloud Foundry servers, including those using DEA and newer platforms based on Diego. It is an open source project with a growing community.


speaker kaloyan

Kaloyan Raev

What's New for PHP Developers in Eclipse Neon?

Wednesday, June 22, 2016


Description: Want to know what Eclipse Neon delivers for PHP developers? Don't know that Eclipse can be used for PHP development?

    Join this webinar for:
  • 1) an overview of the Eclipse PHP Development Tools;
  • 2) a deep dive of the fresh new features coming with the Neon release.


speaker xavier

Xavier Coulon

Docker Tooling for Eclipse Neon

Thursday, June 23, 2016


Description: Docker is awesome, but how to use it well when doing development? In this talk you will get a quick introduction on how to use Docker effectively, especially for development from within Eclipse. We will show how the release of Eclipse Neon supports Docker to make it even more integrated into your day-to-day work from within your IDE. In particular, you'll see how you can pull and run an image for a database, build a custom image for an application server, run it and deploy an application using data volume, exposed ports and container links. We will also take a look at some of the newest features, such as support for Docker Machine, TM Terminal integration, run configurations for containers, and a variety of other UI improvements.


speaker marcel

Marcel Bruch

Automated Error Reporting (AERI) now available for any Eclipse Plugin

Friday, June 24, 2016


Description: Eclipse Mars introduced the Automated Error Reporting Client to make it as easy as possible for users to report issues in the Eclipse IDE. Since then, around 350,000 Eclipse users reported 20,000 distinct errors that occurred during their day-to-day work, and helped to spot more than 3.000 code locations frequently causing UI freezes in the Eclipse IDE. With Eclipse Neon, Eclipse opens these error reporting APIs to the public; now everyone can collect error reports for their own plug-ins (whether commercial, free, or open source). This webinar will provide you with several key insights gained during 12 months of automated error reporting at, and will guide you on how to set up error reporting for your own Eclipse plug-in or Eclipse RCP Application.


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