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e(fx)clipse 2.4.0 released

we are happy to announce that e(fx)clipse 2.4.0 has been released last week. The main working area in this release has once more been the code editor framework. Code editor framework Starting with this release we are have replacement for … Continue reading

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Using TypeScript LanguageService to build an JS/TypeScript IDE in Java

Yesterday I blogged about my endeavors into loading and using the TypeScript Language Service (V8 and Nashorn) and calling it from Java to get things like an outline, auto-completions, … . Today I connected these headless pieces to my JavaFX-Editor-Framework. … Continue reading

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JavaScript Performance V8 vs Nashorn (for Typescript Language Service)

On the weekend I’ve worked on my API to interface with the Typescript language service from my Java code. While the initial version I developed some months ago used the “tsserver” to communicate with the LanguageService I decided to rewrite … Continue reading

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Why I think @UIEventTopic / @EventTopic have been a bad idea

I’ve been working on a document since some time who holds my thoughts on the future direction of Eclipse 4 or better the Eclipse 4 Application Platform. At first I’d like to mention that these as my personal views, not … Continue reading

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e(fx)clipse 2.2.0 – New features overview

This blog post collects all new and shiny features provided with the e(fx)clipse 2.2.0 release which will be released on December 11th 2015. Loading Media files from OSGi-Bundles e(fx)clipse 2.2.0 – Maximize an UI-Component

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Major improvements to @Preference in e(fx)clipse 2.2.0

With 2.1.0 we introduced our custom @Preference annotation who is to be preferred over the one available as part of the Eclipse 4 Application Platform. With the next nightly build there are even more reasons to use our annotation because … Continue reading

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Developing a source code editor in JavaFX (on the Eclipse 4 Application Platform)

You’ve chosen e4 and JavaFX as the technologies to implement your cool rich client application. Congrats! In the first iteration you’ve implemented all the form UIs you need in your application which you made flashy with the help of CSS, … Continue reading

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