While I’ve been working (and still work) on general IDE concept and frameworks I decided to today that I want to work on something simpler.
After having hacked the whole day I have now a basic Java IDE:
Nothing fancy but something I can built upon next Friday … .
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It’s a good start. And I am doing technological research on Java gui to start a new ide. I have worked with eclipse rcp and your great e(fx)clipse plugin but I need to start from scratch.
Javafx seems a good start but I can’t find lot of stuff. Is your project open source
Well the code is not (yet) opensource but all the building blocks are there – see https://github.com/eclipse/efxclipse-rt/tree/master/bundles/code and https://wiki.eclipse.org/Efxclipse/SmartCode – as I said I’m working on the frameworks allowing you to build an IDE (and we have customers who have done so already).
Is it no not open sourced yet?
I’m very eager to have a basic blocks of an IDE app based JavaFx on top of SWT/e4.
Also I found this article: https://www.eclipse.org/community/eclipse_newsletter/2017/october/article1.php
If it is not open sourced, have you published any video that you have demoed in a conference or anything that I can refer?
Appreciate very very much you help,
There is https://github.com/BestSolution-at/fxide?files=1