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Sleep Peacefully as Maven Tycho Build your Product by Subramanyam & Annamalai
 
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We Demonstrate how to build Eclipse Plugins, Features, Repository and Products using Maven-Tycho. Integrate with Jenkins continuous integration tool. Conference: https://confengine.com/eclipse-summit-2016 Slide and Other details: https://confengine.com/eclipse-summit-2016/proposal/2745
Views: 811 ConfEngine
derby db eclipse plugin - download, install, and test run tutorial
 
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http://www.zaneacademy.com | download source code @ http://sites.fastspring.com/zaneacademy/product/all | 00:00 What derby database files for eclipse to download and where to download from? | 02:25 How to enable derby database functionality in the eclipse IDE? | 04:20 How to enable the apache derby nature in eclipse? | 04:40 How to start the derby database network server? | 05:00 How to start the derby database ij tool?
Views: 14460 zaneacademy
World Wide Navi Eclipse Plugin
 
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The software internationalization tool World Wide Navi operation demo, Eclipse plugin. please refer to http://www.kokusaika.jp/product/wwnavi.html for more details.
Views: 200 inckjp
Installing Plug-ins from BusinessWorks Eclipse Plug-In Update Site
 
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Learn how you can download a Salesforce.com Plug-in directly into the BusinessWorks workspace from the BusinessWorks Plug-in Update site http://update.tibco.com/eclipse/bw/6.2. Click on this link to learn more about TIBCO BusinessWorks: http://www.tibco.com/integration
Views: 1003 TIBCO Products
Integrating the Eclipse Marketplace Client in your own Eclipse products - Eclipse DemoCamp Nuremberg
 
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Tom Seidel - Integrating the Eclipse Marketplace Client in your own Eclipse products
Views: 302 Tom Seidel
Complete JRebel Product Demonstration
 
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An introduction to JRebel using Spring's Pet Clinic demo. In this video, you will see how JRebel reloads class files without redeploying, saving an average of over 10 minutes per coding hour for Java developers.
Views: 7059 ZeroTurnaround
Plugin Manager Updates & What's Coming - Atlassian Summit 2012
 
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The plugin manager is the JIRA & Confluence admin's ally, interacting with the plugin exchange, finding plugins compatible for your product version, and performing common management tasks. There are some big changes to come with the new Atlassian Marketplace, so hear directly from our team what they've been working on, the motivations behind development, and what to expect coming soon.
Views: 366 Atlassian
Introducing the ALFA plugin for Eclipse - a tool to quickly generate XACML policies
 
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In this introductory tutorial, we will use a medical privacy protection example to show how one can write 20 lines of ALFA code to generate a simple XACML policy which implement privacy protection for medical records. The policy can then be imported into any XACML 3.0 policy decision point such as the Axiomatics Policy Server. Get your copy at https://www.axiomatics.com/solutions/products/authorization-for-applications/developer-tools-and-apis/192-axiomatics-language-for-authorization-alfa.html
Views: 5172 Axiomatics
Revolights Eclipse - Product Review - Bike Lights
 
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Firstly, I have not been sponsored to make this video. Secondly, if you like the track, please check out: http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Action_Davis/Beats_EP/Action_Davis_-_Beats_EP_-_02_Rehab Thirdly, the review. I'd been interested in Revolights and their design of bike lights since seeing their older set. I thought the wheel mounted projections looked excellent, however the design was flawed for me. The battery pack sat strapped to the hub with a wire wrapping around the spokes. It was too clunky. Fast forward to last October and I saw a Facebook post regarding a brand new design of Revolights. A streamlined, lighter design. It hadn't been released yet but instead, part of the funding was being crowd sourced through Indiegogo. The campaign was set to last until the end of November with the first sets being delivered in December, so with that in mind, I placed my order. I was super excited at the possibility of getting these lights by Christmas and riding with them throughout the dark winter months. December came and went, and so did January, and February (mostly). We'd received update emails each time there was a delay but with each delay the annoyance grew and the nights got lighter. By the time I'd actually got the lights there was barely time to use them. Note: It should be said this delay was down to production issues and (hopefully) shouldn't affect anyone after their full release. Anyway, the product. Each wheel comes with two rings, a handful of bolts and four spoke mounting brackets. Following the instructions they were relatively easy to fit however I did have issue with the bolts. One or two heads became rounded fairly easily when I tried to do them up to what I thought was tight.Be careful there. Alignment of the rings (to stop any wobble in the lights) just takes a bit of time, patience is key here. The one main issue I had with installation was the power cable connection. It is VERY tight and requires a bit of force to plug in at an awkward angle. On my first installation I struggled with the connection on the front and had problems with the outer ring flickering on and off, purely down to a loose connection, so I had to strip the lights down and try again. The battery design is the improvement I like the most. It's sleek and simple. It's stated you can have the lights on for up to four hours on a charge and from my experience, that's pretty accurate. It's so easy to click the battery pack in, turn the lights on and off and remove the pack after. No more bulky hub mounted systems. Great design there Revolights. OK, out in the real world now. Firstly, visibility from the bike. In the marketing video, Revolights claimed their Eclipse system would project enough light on to the road to be used as a headlamp. In my experience, this is absolute rubbish. They do project a small amount of light forward but it is in now way substantial enough to light up your path to reveal any obstructions that may lie ahead. I rode down an unlit road and couldn't really see a thing. Visibility off the bike is great. The solid stream of light on the wheels is a great "warning" to other road users of your presence. I'd say this is one of the most important features of any bike lighting system and to me, Revolights work. Would I recommend them? Yes, but I don't think they'd be my first choice. Taking in to consideration the size of them, the battery life and the poor visibility you have from the bike there are definitely better options for the price. The See.Sense lights I have are roughly the same price, last for longer, are arguably packed with more technology and weigh less. To me, these Revolights are more of a novelty. Don't get me wrong, they do a great job and I love the way they look but you are still more likely to buy them based on a cosmetic look rather than practicality. Have you got a set? Let me know what your thoughts are below.
Views: 6536 MonkeyShred
Eclipse Organizer Product Tour
 
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This is the product tour for The Broken Token's Eclipse Organizer, compatible with Eclipse. Get your kit at: http://www.thebrokentoken.com/eclipse-organizer/ music: Chee Zee Cave - Video Classica by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100685 Artist: http://incompetech.com/
Views: 460 The Broken Token
Eclipse Marketplace and Favourites Lists
 
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Learn how to use 'favourite lists' in Eclipse Marketplace with Antoine Thomas, Product Manager at Eclipse Foundation.
Views: 6589 Eclipse Foundation
How to Manage Business Rules with Eclipse
 
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Learn how you can manage business rules graphically using the Eclipse plugin Visual Rules and further Eclipse technologies
Views: 2580 StefanieInno
Add Eclipse NSIS Plugin to Eclipse
 
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[ Detailed Tutorial AT : http://rdhowto.blogspot.in/2014/10/how-to-add-nsis-plugin-to-eclipse.html ] After lots and lots of search and comparison for the possibilities of automating installer development process for java product, I landed up on NSIS. [you can find detailed use of it in HERE ] Now to start dealing with it we need its integration with IDE, in order to simplify the work. [NSIS script work can be done with IDE but it is advised to use them]. for More
Views: 1371 WiZ-RD
Working with branches and tags in SVN via Subversive in Eclipse
 
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Tags in SVN are usually used to create a snapshot of a final product. For each release a tag might exist, so it is easier to revert to that particular release in case anything goes wrong with a subsequent one. Branches, on the other hand are mostly used to develop features of a product in a separate environment. They are copies of code in a certain point in time. Usually, branches are created from the trunk and then worked upon by a team of members working on a specific feature. Once ready, this feature is then merged from the branch back into the trunk, resolving any inconsistencies along the way. As mentioned - branches are separate environments with their own history of changes, so developers working on one feature do not need to worry about any changes created by different features until their code is ready for publishing. It's only then that merge conflicts are resolved and stable code is merged back into the trunk. Subversive can be found at: http://www.eclipse.org/subversive/
Views: 20830 Programmer's Drawer
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Views: 340 EAT READ LOVE INC
How to Start a New React.js Project in Eclipse - CodeMix Beginners Tutorial
 
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USE our coupon! genyoutu5 and get 5% off on your CodeMix purchase :) With CodeMix you can add a whole range of extensions to your CodeMix installation—support for new languages and frameworks, productivity enhancements when coding, advanced validation, quick fixes, and even the ability to debug all sorts of applications. With CodeMix, extensions can be activated without restarting your IDE—giving you immediate access to new capabilities, without breaking you out of your coding flow. In this particular tutorial, we show you how to get started with React, but it's the same way for any extension you like! Instructions: Go to File-New-Project-CodeMix and select React Project to create a new React template project. The wizard installs any missing React extensions. CodeMix comes with ready-to-go technology packs. For languages, get going with JavaScript, TypeScript, PHP and Pythons. For technologies, dive in to Vue.js, React and Angular Learn more about React in eclipse - https://www.genuitec.com/yox/tech/react-in-eclipse/ Learn more about Codemix - https://www.genuitec.com/yox/products/codemix/ Connect with us: Genuitec Twitter -- https://twitter.com/Genuitec Genuitec Facebook -- https://www.facebook.com/Genuitec
Views: 5752 Genuitec
Sleep Peacefully as Maven Tycho Build your Product by Subramanyam & Annamalai Trailer
 
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We Demonstrate how to build Eclipse Plugins, Features, Repository and Products using Maven-Tycho. Integrate with Jenkins continuous integration tool. Conference: https://confengine.com/eclipse-summit-2016 Slide and Other details: https://confengine.com/eclipse-summit-2016/proposal/2745
Views: 105 ConfEngine
ECE2012 - Testing of Eclipse based products
 
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Manuel Bork - Yatta Solutions GmbH Stability is a key requirement for an established product. Of course, software is never bug free, but bugs being fixed must stay so in later releases. As manual testing is error prone and quite expensive, consequent automated testing is the logical implication. Especially in the case of Eclipse RCP applications and Plug-Ins, being delivered to different target platforms and installed into many possible client configurations, migration and system testing is also important. So we're facing challenges on multiple very different layers. In the talk we present our approach to clearing the fog starting with unit testing to black-box UI tests - and talk about our DOs and DON'Ts of using technologies from Jenkins to Jubula.
Views: 965 Eclipse Foundation
Modeling a Product Line Architecture using ArchFeature - Eclipse ArchStudio
 
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In this video demo, we explain in detail how to model a product line architecture using ArchFeature. For more information on ArchFeature, visit its website: info.umkc.edu/sail/archfeature/
Views: 781 Gharib Gharibi
Hobie Mirage Eclipse Pedalboard: Product Launch
 
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Stand tall on the water aboard the Eclipse, another world’s-first watercraft from Hobie. Learn More @ http://www.hobiecat.com/stand-ups/mirage-eclipse/ Incredibly stable, just get on and go using MirageDrive® leg power. Soon you’ll fly high at exceptional speed, nimbly carving turns using fingertip steering controls. There’s minimal setup. Go from the car, the dock or your boat to the water in minutes. Cruise solo, with your partner or with a group. The Eclipse takes fitness out of the gym and onto the water and under the sun. The board is lightweight and durable and full of thoughtful features such as gear tie-downs and a carefree kick-up rudder. The Eclipse takes standup to a whole new level. Learn more here: https://www.hobie.com/pedalboards/mirage-eclipse/ Follow us on Social! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HobieCatCompany/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/hobiecatcompany/
Views: 22088 Hobie
Embedded Modeling at Eclipse - a tale of two dialects
 
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The most observant amongst you may have noticed that there are two "competing" Eclipse open source products to develop models for embedded systems and that both are part of both the Eclipse PolarSys Working Group and of the Eclipse Papyrus Industry Consortium! These projects are: * Eclipse Papyrus for Real Time, implementing UML-RT http://projects.eclipse.org/projects/modeling.papyrus-rt * Eclipse Papyrus for xtUML, implementing xtUML https://projects.eclipse.org/projects/modeling.papyrus-xtuml This leads to questions as to which "dialect" should be picked by embedded software engineers! This talk will demystify both tools by presenting their: * Differences and similarities * Strengths and weaknesses * Integrations and interfaces We will also address the various ways in which they can coexist as part of a system or even in an integrated way. Resulting in a more complete, all-encompassing solution for embedded software development, followed by a short demonstration. We will conclude by describing our plans for both dialects within Eclipse, PolarSys and the Papyrus Industry Consortium. Cortland Starrett, Charles Rivet
Views: 256 Eclipse Foundation
Configuring Apache Tomcat Web Server in Eclipse
 
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In this video we will see how to configure the most widely used web server: Apache Tomcat v7 for web application development on java platform with eclipse.
Views: 228588 Shoaib Khan
SAP Hybris Plugin for Eclipse
 
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Our plugin is free to download and easy to install, offering users dozens of features built for Hybris developers by Hybris developers. Check Us Out on Social Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/epam-systems Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EPAM.Systems/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/EPAMSystems/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/EPAMSystems/
Views: 3102 EPAM Systems Global
Let's Treat the Eclipse IDE More Like a Product
 
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Every year, the Eclipse simultaneous release brings together the hard work of dozens of open source projects into a single coordinated release. But you probably already know that. You probably already live that. While most Eclipse committers don't tend to think of the simultaneous release as a product, most of our users do. For millions of software developers, the the installer and many flavours of Eclipse IDE are products. While it's important that we carefully manage expectations, it's also important that we understand and respect the expectations of our massive user community. We'll start this session with a quick overview of where we are now with regard to Eclipse-as-a-product and survey the current state of the Eclipse user experience. We'll discuss some of the little things that project teams can do to improve the user experience, how we fit product features into our project structure, how we improve our support channels, and how to tap into the funding available to work on Eclipse IDE improvements. Speaker: Wayne Beaton, The Eclipse Foundation
Views: 84 Eclipse Foundation
Eclipse Libra Http Service and War Products
 
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This is a two part demonstration of Eclipse Libra Tools. Part I: Building a simple http service bundle using Eclipse Libra Tools Part II: Exporting a WAR file with the help of war products to run Equinox in a servlet container [email protected]
Views: 665 nacidai
Eclipse Luna with PHP Development Tools + Rise and Fall of PHPEclipse & Aptana
 
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Let's have a look at Eclipse in the year 2015. Looks like this will be our setup nowadays: 1) a new branch (Luna) 2) a new Java version (8), supports 64-bits, too! 3) PHP Support buit-in via PDT (PHP Development Tools) 4) JavaScript support partially built into PDT (albeit in a very early, basic functionality stage) 5) Git support (although behaving a little strangely - see 4:00) With my complete respects for their authors and personally also some sad feelings, I have to say that 2 of my favourite plugins from the past are now definitelly staying in the past. PHPEclipse has not been updated to stable version since 2011 and does not build anymore since 2014 - so the project can be safely considered dead. Another champion, for which I did not see or find any replacement yet is Aptana Studio. After a try and fail on a return to the diginalt world in 2013, Aptana has once again shut their communication channels down and is no longer active nor developing new versions to plug into our Eclipses. I consider this project dead as well, and although it will work even in Luna without any problems - we can no longer count on adding bundles and new functionality into the plugin. Rest In Peace my long-time favourites. And welcome PDT, you have fought well enough to be crowned the king of PHP development in Eclipse now. Links used in the video: http://www.eclipse.org/downloads/ http://www.aptana.com/products/studio3/success_plugin.html https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=366471 https://www.jetbrains.com/phpstorm/ Links not mentioned in the video but shown as a new functionality nevertheless ;-) https://github.com/caspark/eclipse-multicursor http://sourceforge.net/projects/moreclipboard/
Views: 1217 Programmer's Drawer
How to prepare IDE for STM32 in eclipse?
 
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There is a problem with OpenOCD 0.8.0. I recommend using 0.7.0 0:14 Create folder STM32_Toolchain 0:24 Download Eclipse C/C++ 0:49 Download bleeding-edge toolchain, Coreutils, Openocd 2:15 Download STLink drivers 2:45 Download GNU ARM Plugin 3:08 Download zadig 3:23 Check downloaded files 3:27 Unzip all files except gnu arm plugin 3:31 Install STLink driver 3:52 Install coreutils 4:37 Connect stlink 4:49 Run zadig 5:17 Install eclipse 5:28 Run eclipse 6:56 Install GNU ARM Plugin 8:10 New C Project and compilation 10:36 Loading the program 12:27 Debug program
Views: 71261 scientificpages
Building and debugging HTML5 Extensions for Adobe Creative Cloud products
 
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Zak Nelson shows how to build and debug HTML5 Extensions
Feature Diagrams Updates
 
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Preview of recent updates made to the Feature Diagram plug-in.
Views: 557 Nicole Allard
How To: Automatically generate UML diagrams from javacode
 
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ECE2012 - Putting P2 into practice: Releasing independent products from a shared code base
 
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Robert Mischke - German Aerospace Center (DLR) Once you know how to use Tycho, building and releasing a single Eclipse product is quite straightforward. But if you need to build multiple products from a shared code base, with independent release cycles for each product, a lot of practical questions arise. For example, how do you... ...provide custom Eclipse target platforms for different product teams? ...enable developers to mix local test builds with pre-built P2 repositories? ...give developers an easy way to build everything from scratch, but also provide precompiled P2 setups to get started quickly? ...deploy a custom mix of shared and product-specific files for each product? ...make hard-coded version dependencies, stable release builds and snapshot builds fit together? ...manage shared and product-specific libraries, while keeping incremental update sizes small? In this talk, we will present reusable solutions for these (and other) real-life requirements. The main part of the presentation will be an in-depth explanation of a multi-product build using Tycho, Subversion and Jenkins developed at the German Aerospace Center (DLR). In addition, we will share the lessons we learned along the way, and give practical tips for setting up and maintaining your own multi-product Tycho build. Attendees should have a working knowledge of Maven (including the use of profiles), and should be familiar with the concepts of Eclipse Plug-in Development. Experience with Tycho and P2 is helpful, but not required.
Views: 489 Eclipse Foundation
EFORMS - Integrated Eclipse Forms GUI Designer, Builder, and Code Generator Demo Plugin
 
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http://www.evidence.eu.com/products/eforms.html (Table of contents below) Evidence EFORMS is an integrated Eclipse Forms GUI Designer, Builder, and Code Generator. EForms is able to build complete Eclipse Editor Panel plugins which can be used to edit a set of customizable options and to generate a set of output files. This demo shows the installation procedure of the EForms demo distributed on the EForms web page, showing the main features which an EForms-generated plugin can offer. Table of Contents ----------------------------------- 00:07 Introduction - What is EForms? 00:20 Why EForms? 00:45 EForms as a Service 00:56 EForms Demo 01:08 Eclipse version used for the Demo 01:20 Installing the EForms Demo Plugin 02:41 Creating a sample Project 03:03 Using the Demo plugin - creation of an input file 03:33 The EForms Demo Plugin in Action 03:58 Simple Input widgets 04:25 Connections between data structures in the same model 04:40 Interactions between the possible values of various widgets 04:59 Enabling and disabling data 05:21 Tables 05:45 Master-Details view 06:08 Sections 06:22 Resizeable Sections 06:33 Advanced usages (example of a pin assignment for a microcontroller) 06:59 Code Generation from EForms plugins 07:40 Conclusions
Views: 4236 Paolo Gai
Adopting Language Server for Apache Camel: feedback from a Java/Eclipse plugin developer perspective
 
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EclipseCon France 2018 https://www.eclipsecon.org/france2018/session/adopting-language-server-apache-camel-feedback-javaeclipse-plugin-developer-perspective Speaker(s): Aurélien Pupier (Red Hat) Apache Camel is a well-known largely used integration framework which is providing different DSLs most notably inside Java and XML documents. Dedicated tools are currently available only in 2 different IDEs, each with a very different set of features and no factorization between both. Most Apache Camel users don’t take into account existence of Camel Tooling in the choice of their IDE, as they focus on other criteria, so they miss to use the recommended tools. How to bring tooling to them? The Language Server Protocol (LSP) is the most important concept in tooling space nowadays. The promise is to focus the development effort on one single tool-agnostic service that can be leveraged in a large set of mainstream and emerging IDEs and Text Editors. I will provide feedback on my experience as a 10-years Java/Eclipse IDE developer about writing a Language Server for Apache Camel and trying to make it the main approach for tools integration in the Camel community. Here are the challenges I faced, and for which I’ll propose some resolutions or discussions: initial implementations and most examples are written in Typescript but hey, I'm a Java developer and don’t know a thing about TypeScript! Easy client creation in a lot of IDEs: yes… in theory! But practical experience have shown this wasn’t always obvious to integrate our Language Server with Eclipse IDE, Eclipse Che, and VS Code. Architectural concerns: how to combine Camel and Java support? how to combine Camel and XML support? how to leverage the same Language Server on both Java and XML files? Language Server Protocol is now well-know in Tooling world, but not yet famous in Software world in general: How to convince hierarchy/Product managers of the return on investment? How to convince the targeted community to embrace a language server instead of developing one or several specific IDE supports? After this session, Java/Eclipse plugin developers will be able to successfully write their Language Server implementation in Java, and to estimate the cost of adding almost important IDEs and Text Editors to the portfolio of supported technologies. For reference, here is the Github repository for the Language Server developed on which I will base my feedback: https://github.com/camel-tooling/camel-language-server Note: Due to technical issues, the introduction is missing. The presenter is an Eclipse/Java plugin developer for 10 years and the feedback is oriented to this type of developers
Views: 175 Eclipse Foundation
iDempiere World Conference 2015 - Thomas Bayen - Related product plugin
 
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Thomas Bayen from Germany made a presentation about the related product plugin, a solution for deposit problems in beverage companies at the 2015 iDempiere world conference in Krefeld, Germany organized by Bx Service GmbH. Video edited by @davidleosalazar ► https://twitter.com/davidleosalazar - https://www.facebook.com/davidleosalazar
Views: 235 Bx Service GmbH
Java Fundamentals I-Introduction to the Eclipse IDE,  Part 1
 
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An introduction to using the Eclipse development platform to build Java applications. Includes installing Eclipse and the supporting downloads required to get up and running with Eclipse. Part 1 of 2. http://www.informit.com/store/product.aspx?isbn=0137131135
Views: 32063 LiveLessons
CREATING COMMANDS | How to Make A Basic Bukkit Plugin
 
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Hello. I have recently been doing a lot of coding with Bukkit, and I thought that I could share some of the things that I have personally learned with you guys. I spent over 4 days on this episode, so any likes and subscribes would be welcome. Thanks! ALSO ~ Please let me know if you like the new design, I would greatly appreciate it ;D JDK and JRE download: http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/downloads/index.html Eclipse IDE: http://www.eclipse.org/downloads/packages/eclipse-ide-java-developers/neon2 PasteBin (all source code for this video): http://pastebin.com/grLuKseZ » Need something to do? « ‣ TechToolbox Awards: https://goo.gl/Rki8i7 ‣ Visit my website (I know): http://goo.gl/g4iyl1 »Follow me« ‣ http://goo.gl/eX37SI For business inquiries, contact: [email protected] Please email me for questions about products, videos, or any other business related things. -TechToolbox
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Simple Java Plugin Programming Tutorial - Episode 9 - Finished product! (Kinda)
 
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Episode nine! Lemme know if these are helping you :) LINKS: Thenewboston's first episode on BASIC Java: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hl-zzrqQoSE Java: http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/downloads/index.html Bukkit: http://ci.bukkit.org Eclipse: http://www.eclipse.org/ Artist: http://youtube.com/Bawldeh Our friends blog: http://theborednoob.tumblr.com/
Views: 7941 WoopaGaming
How to Resolve Incompatible Java version Error in Eclipse
 
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I have installed both java 1.6 and 1.7 on my ubuntu developer machine and when i am trying to do some GUI designing using Google WindowBuilder extension for eclipse i ran in to a problem where eclipse fail to load the GUI design view and gave me this error "Incompatible Java Version "Eclipse is running under 1.6, but this java project has a 1.7 java compliance level, so windowBuilder will not be able to classes from this project. use a lower level of java for the project, or run eclipse using a newer java version" so in this tutorial, you can find how to resolve this problem and hopefully this will help you to resolve any other java version compatibility issues with eclipse
Views: 26038 TechZone++
Dawn of the Eclipse
 
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http://www.techgig.com/expert-speak/Dawn-of-the-Eclipse-223 Eclipse has become synonymous with the Java / J2EE development and forms a significant part of this Ecosystem. However, you would be surprised to know the unlimited possibilities of productivity boost one can get using this IDE. Also, you can build your own commercial products using technologies that went into making of Eclipse. So join me in this journey of exploring Eclipse features, some of the popular plug-ins, productivity improvement features, technologies used behind Eclipse. Last but not the least, Surprise! Learn how to build your own Plug-in for Eclipse!
Views: 1344 TechGig
Exploring Linux Kernel Source Code with Eclipse and QTCreator
 
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Exploring Linux Kernel Source Code with Eclipse and QTCreator - Marcin Bis Getting through millions lines of Linux kernel source code is tough task. Especially for a person not used to editors like Vim or Emacs, which both are powerful tools, yet hard to configure and sometimes considered misleading. The talk will cover usage of two open-source IDEs: Eclipse (mostly) and QTCreator to develop device drivers and explore kernel source code using various cross toolchains (including SDK generated by Yocto Project tools, with, and without dedicated plugins). IDE configuration, good practices, side-to-side examples of good and bad IDE configuration and its influence on development process. The talk will include presentation and short tutorial - practical demonstration of Eclipse configuration, writing and debugging kernel driver on remote ARM platform, Material is based on author's personal experience of working on various projects. About Marcin Bis I have been dealing with Linux in embedded systems since 2007. I run a consulting company bis-linux.com. I help my customers to create business value on every step of product life-cycle by mentoring engineers and working as Embedded Linux Engineer or Technical Leader. I provide Embedded Linux, Drivers Development and Yocto trainings (both: open and on-site). I wrote books covering Embedded Linux topics (in Polish 2007, 2005). I have experience in usage of Embedded Linux in Real-Time system, which I share by providing talks at conferences (incl. ELCE 2012, 2013).
Views: 14067 The Linux Foundation
Eclipse Introduction - Georgia Tech - Software Development Process
 
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Watch on Udacity: https://www.udacity.com/course/viewer#!/c-ud805/l-1771948542/m-575408537 Check out the full Advanced Operating Systems course for free at: https://www.udacity.com/course/ud805 Georgia Tech online Master's program: https://www.udacity.com/georgia-tech
Views: 1665 Udacity
Apache Isis with JRebel plugin and Eclipse
 
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This screencast shows how to develop Apache Isis within Eclipse, using the Isis JRebel plugin to eliminate the need for redeployments between code changes.
Views: 299 Dan Haywood
WebLogic Server 12.2.1 - Developing with Eclipse
 
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This short video demonstrates how to install Eclipse and the OEPE components using the new Network Installer that is bundled within the WebLogic Server installations. It then shows how to use Eclipse to configure a WebLogic Server 12.2.1 server target, then imports and deploys a Java EE 7 Batch API example application to the server
Views: 16547 OracleWebLogic
Cigital SecureAssist Product Video
 
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When building software, security seems to be an after thought, when it's the most expensive to implement. This explainer video helped Cigital communicate how their new programming plugin SecureAssist made implementing security fixes during the coding process easier... and of course, more cost-effective. Read more about their product here: http://www.cigital.com/products/secureassist/
Views: 90 paragonsav
Aperte Workflow Product Demo
 
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Aperte Workflow Product Demo. This is a CeBIT version without sound.
Views: 7241 AperteTeam
How to install Java JDK on Mac OS X ( with JAVA_HOME )
 
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How to install Java JDK Java Development Kit on mac. In Mac OSX 10.5 or later, Apple recommends to set the $JAVA_HOME variable to /usr/libexec/java_home, just export $JAVA_HOME in file ~/. bash_profile or ~/.profile. $ vim .bash_profile export JAVA_HOME=$(/usr/libexec/java_home) $ echo $JAVA_HOME /Library/Java/JavaVirtualMachines/1.7.0.jdk/Contents/Home JRE Installation for Mac OS X (64-bit). How to Set $JAVA_HOME environment variable on Mac OS X -------------------Online Courses to learn---------------------------- Data Analytics with R Certification Training- http://bit.ly/2rSKHNP DevOps Certification Training - http://bit.ly/2T5P6bQ AWS Architect Certification Training - http://bit.ly/2PRHDeF Python Certification Training for Data Science - http://bit.ly/2BB3PV8 Java, J2EE & SOA Certification Training - http://bit.ly/2EKbwMK AI & Deep Learning with TensorFlow - http://bit.ly/2AeIHUR Big Data Hadoop Certification Training- http://bit.ly/2ReOl31 AWS Architect Certification Training - http://bit.ly/2EJhXjk Selenium Certification Training - http://bit.ly/2BFrfZs Tableau Training & Certification - http://bit.ly/2rODzSK Linux Administration Certification Training-http://bit.ly/2Gy9GQH ----------------------Follow--------------------------------------------- My Website - http://www.codebind.com My Blog - https://goo.gl/Nd2pFn My Facebook Page - https://goo.gl/eLp2cQ Google+ - https://goo.gl/lvC5FX Twitter - https://twitter.com/ProgrammingKnow Pinterest - https://goo.gl/kCInUp Text Case Converter - https://goo.gl/pVpcwL ------------------Facebook Links ---------------------------------------- http://fb.me/ProgrammingKnowledgeLearning/ http://fb.me/AndroidTutorialsForBeginners http://fb.me/Programmingknowledge http://fb.me/CppProgrammingLanguage http://fb.me/JavaTutorialsAndCode http://fb.me/SQLiteTutorial http://fb.me/UbuntuLinuxTutorials http://fb.me/EasyOnlineConverter
Views: 236218 ProgrammingKnowledge
ICSR'16 Demo: Scalable Product Configuration of Variable Systems (v3.1.0)
 
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In the last decades, variability management for similar products is one of the main challenges in software systems. In this context, feature models are used to describe the dependencies between reusable common and variable artifacts, called features. However, for large feature models it is a complex task to find a valid feature combination as product configuration. Our Eclipse plug-in FeatureIDE provides several mechanisms, such as information hiding and decision propagation, which support the configuration process to combine the reusable artifacts in various manners. We illustrate the applications of these mechanisms from a user’s point of view. Springer: http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-319-35122-3_27 Pre-print: http://wwwiti.cs.uni-magdeburg.de/iti_db/publikationen/ps/auto/PereiraKM+16.pdf
Views: 360 FeatureIDE
Android App Development Fundamentals: Creating the Welcome App's Project in Eclipse
 
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Buy Android App Development Fundamentals I LiveLessons (Video Training) Downloadable Video http://www.informit.com/store/product.aspx?isbn=9780133007428 This video tutorial teaches you how to create the Welcome App's Project in Eclipse from Android App Development Fundamentals I LiveLessons Video Training - everything you need to learn to start building Android apps.
Views: 1218 OnSoftware
Code Rocket for Eclipse - Pseudocode Editor
 
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Code Rocket for Eclipse provides our intuitive Flowchart Editor, integrated seamlessly within your Eclipse IDE. More information is available here: http://www.rapidqualitysystems.com/Products/CodeRocketForEclipse
Views: 1041 coderocket
linkit Assist 2502 | Product Review
 
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Product Description Mediatek LinkIt Assist 2502 Open Source Hardware Board Targets Wearables and IoT Applications After LinkIt ONE, Mediatek Labs has introduced a new IoT development kit based on their Aster M2502 ARM7 processor with LinkIt Assist 2502 comprised of AcSiP MT2502A IoT SiP Core module, a 802.11b/g/n module, a GNSS module, and an exchangeable 240×240 16-bit color capacitive touch LCM Board. The AcSiP module can also be purchased separately, so you could use LinkIt Assist 2502 board for early development, because moving to your custom hardware based on AcSiP MT2502A module. LinkIt Assist 2502A specifications: MCU – AcSiP AI2502S05 module with MT2502A (Aster) ARM7 EJ-STM processor @ 260MHz, 4MB RAM, 16MB flash Display – 240×240 LCD module; 16-bit color depth; transflective; based on ST7789S driver IC. ConnectivityAcSiP_MT2502A_Module Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n via AcSiP CW01S module based on MT5931 SoC Bluetooth 2.1 SPP and 4.0 GATT dual mode (part of MT2502A) GPS via AcSiP CW03S module based on MT3332 chip supporting GPS, GLONASS, and BeiDou. GSM 850/900/1800/1900MHz / GPRS class 12 (part of MT2502A) with micro SIM slot I/Os 14x digital I/O (Voltage 2.8V) 4x analog input (0~2.8V) 2x PWM 2x external interrupt pins 1x I2C (master only) @ 100Kbps, 400Kbps, 3.4Mbps 1x SPI (master only) @ 104Kbps to 26Mbps 1x UART (Rx, Tx), 1x UART on USB Xadow (Seeed Studio) connector Audio – Speaker, headphone jack USB – micro USB port for charging and development Misc – Power button, 2x user buttons, vibrator Power Supply – 5V via micro USB port; 3.7~4.2V Li-ion battery (Battery is required to boot) Dimensions – Board: 53x53x16 mm (with display); Module: 17x15x1.8 mm Click to Enlarge Click to Enlarge The kit includes LinkIt Assist 2502 Board, the 240×240 Touch LCM Board, a 240mAh Lithium-ion battery, and a user’s manual. The company provides the hardware design files including Eagle schematics and PCB layout for the main board and LCD module, as well as datasheets for the main ICs and modules. Beside the hardware platform, Mediatek Labs also released MediaTek LinkIt Assist 2502 SDK providing a plug-in for Eclipse IDE (with CDT) and tools to update development board firmware and upload software. Key feature of the software development kit: C-based API Compiles LinkIt Assist 2502 execution file format (.vxp) LinkIt Assist 2502 API libraries used to create apps for the HDK Communication functions for TCP sockets, HTTPS, Bluetooth 4.0 GATT and more User interface through LCM display module with support for vector fonts (powered by Etrump), graphics, JPEG decompression, and more. Compatible with Eclipse IDE (Indigo) with CDT plug-in (8.0.2 or later) Supports Microsoft Windows XP, Vista, 7 and 8 (So Linux users are out of luck)
Views: 70 Robotech Shop

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