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EclipseCon Europe 2011 – 10 Years of Eclipse

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Last week I was at EclipseCon Europe in Germany. It was the occasion to talk about Apricot, show our IDE plugin to attendees and meet the Eclipse community. I did some Nuxeo demos as well. Wonderful organization considering the fact that they had many, many different talks during those 3 days. I must say it went really smoothly. Something I also realized was I had completely forgotten how to speak German….

Hot topics at ECE

The first day I participated in an Eclipse marketing meeting, where Ian Skerrett showed us how attendees are using Eclipse. Not surprisingly, most of the people are here for either the IDE features, RCP or model generation with EMF. Server side applications aren’t so appealing but they are definitely getting more and more attention. And it really showed in the program. There weren’t many server-oriented talks, but they were all well attended. I think …

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November 8th, 2011 at 7:53 pm

Nuxeo IDE 1.1.9 released!

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Hi devs,

Last week we released version 1.1.9 of our Eclipse plugin, Nuxeo IDE. It’s as usual availLogo-nuxeo-IDE_big_transp_able through the marketplace or directly from the updatesite. First timers, you’ll find everything you need to get started on our wiki.

So, what’s new you ask? Well let’s start with the coolest feature:

Seam Hot Reload

We’ve been waiting long enough and now hot reload is starting to show up in Nuxeo products. You can’t reload the whole platform yet, but we made significant progress by adding Seam and WebEngine HotReload.

Better than words, here’s the video showing how you can hot reload Seam code into Nuxeo apps.

As you can see in the screencast, we also added Seam wizards to help you understand how Nuxeo is using Seam. You have three different types of Seam bean, all heavily commented, explaining how to show content in a tab, execute …

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November 3rd, 2011 at 3:04 pm