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On June 24 and June 28, the Eclipse Foundation is presenting Helios In Action - a virtual
conference where you can interact with project leads involved in the release and see
demos of the new features. The annual simultaneous release has now grown to 39 projects
with over 33 million lines of code, contributed by committers around the world. With such
a large global community, Eclipse wants to bring Helios to you!
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<a href="http://eclipse.org/go/heliosinaction" target="blank">
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<p>Helios In Action is free to attend and registering gets you into all 10 sessions:</p>
<h2>Part 1 - June 24</h2>
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Linux Tools</a><br>
<a href="http://live.eclipse.org/node/916">Watch the recording</a><br>
Andrew Overholt (Red Hat)
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The Linux Tools project aims to bring a full-featured C and C++ IDE to Linux developers. It
builds on the source editing and debugging features of the CDT and integrates popular
native development tools such as the GNU Autotools, Valgrind, OProfile, RPM, SystemTap,
GCov, GProf and LTTng. Current projects include Autotools build integration, a Valgrind
heap usage analysis tool and an OProfile call profiling tool. It also has projects
implementing LTTng trace viewers and analyzers.
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Linux Tools also provides a place for Linux distributions to collaboratively overcome issues
surrounding distribution packaging of Eclipse technology. The project produces both best
practices and tools related to packaging. Since the 0.3.0 release, one of the features is
a source archive of the Eclipse SDK that can be used by all Linux distributions building
and distributing it.
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Eclipse Runtime (RT)</a><br>
<a href="http://live.eclipse.org/node/917">Watch the recording</a><br>
Jeff McAffer (EclipseSource)
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With the Eclipse community expanding its offerings in the Runtime space (EclipseRT),
many developers are interested in figuring out what this means and how they can
leverage EclipseRT projects like Equinox, Jetty and EclipseLink. Join Jeff McAffer,
the RT PMC and Equinox co-lead, for a review of EclipseRT projects and the new
features they bring to Helios.
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Eclipse Git Team Provider</a><br>
<a href="http://live.eclipse.org/node/918">Watch the recording</a><br>
Chris Aniszczyk (Red Hat)
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EGit is an Eclipse Team provider for the Git version control system. Git is a distributed
SCM, which means every developer has a full copy of all history of every revision of the
code, making queries against the history very fast and versatile.
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The EGit project is implementing Eclipse tooling on top of the JGit Java implementation of
Git.
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JavaScript Development Tools</a><br>
<a href="http://live.eclipse.org/node/919">Watch the recording</a><br>
Simon Kaegi (IBM)
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With the advent of Web 2.0, JavaScript have become central in the creation of a richer user
experience on the Web. Its use has shifted from the creation of simple functions and events
handlers to the creation of complex Web Application frameworks. Such complexity made it crucial
that a more sophisticated set of tools become available on Eclipse.
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JSDT's goal is to develop an IDE for JavaScript applications, with full support for editing, search,
and refactoring. The functionality of the JavaScript Development Tools is heavily based on the
functionality of the Java Development Tools, but since JavaScript is not a fully typed or
class-based language, it is not possible to provide 100% of the JDT functionality. JSDT is
extensible in that it can be (is) plugged into the HTML and JSP editors within WTP as well as being
architected with pluggable type inference and completion proposals in mind. The inference engine is
used to determine type and class structures from the JavaScript code, enabling as much of the JDT
equivalent functionality as possible, while still allowing adopters to contribute to the process for
atypical or extended scenarios.
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Java EE Standards Support from Web Tools</a><br>
<a href="http://live.eclipse.org/node/920">Watch the recording</a><br>
Naci Dai (eteration)
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The Web Tool Platform (WTP) project provides extensible frameworks and exemplary tools
to build Web and Java EE applications. For Helios, the Web Tools Platform will be
up-to-date with supporting the latest Java EE 6 specification. Join this session to
see what's newly available for Java EE development.
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Marketplace Client & p2 Discovery Connector</a><br>
<a href="http://live.eclipse.org/node/921">Watch the recording</a><br>
Ian Skerrett (Eclipse Foundation)
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The Eclipse community has hundreds, if not thousands, of third-party plugins that users can
add to their Eclipse installation. Unfortunately, there is not easy way to discover and
install these solutions from within Eclipse.
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The Eclipse Foundation has recently launched a new website, called Eclipse Marketplace, that
provides a listing of Eclipse-based solutions. The listings allow each solution provider to
specify a p2 update site for their solution. MPC provides a tight install integration
between the Eclipse workspace and Eclipse Marketplace, plus other third party solution
listings.
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<h2>Part 2 - June 28</h2>
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10 Reasons to Install Helios</a><br>
Ian Bull (EclipseSource)
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10:00am EDT / 4:00pm CEST<br>
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Ian Bull, component lead for Zest and the Eclipse Visualization Framework and committer on
the Equinox p2 project, presents the top 10 features in Helios he is most excited about.
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Mylyn</a><br>
Mik Kersten (Tasktop Technologies)
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10:30am EDT / 4:30pm CEST<br>
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This session will demonstrate the most noteworthy features and enhancements for Mylyn
in the Helios release, such as enhanced support for Agile development, code reviews,
social technologies and continuous integration systems. Mik Kersten, lead of the Mylyn
project will showcase the latest and greatest task-focused features and APIs.
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EMF on the Web</a><br>
Kenn Hussey (Cloudsmith)
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11:00am EDT / 5:00pm CEST<br>
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The Eclipse Modeling Framework (EMF) has long provided a code generation facility
capable of emitting everything needed to get started with building a complete
application for EMF-based domain models. It includes a GUI from which options can be
specified and code generators can be invoked, to produce a model API, edit support,
unit tests and a sample editor.
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With the Helios release of Eclipse, this facility moves beyond the boundaries of the
Eclipse platform, and desktop applications in general, by adding support for the Rich
Ajax Platform (RAP) and Google Web Toolkit (GWT). This session will demonstrate EMF's
support for these application runtime platforms and highlight differences in the
code generated for each.
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Modeling</a><br>
Ed Merks, Cedric Brun (Obeo), Sebastian Zarnekow (itemis)
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11:30am EDT / 5:30pm CEST<br>
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The Eclipse Modeling Project is one of the most active projects within the Eclipse
community. Ed Merks will give a quick overview of the Modeling projects in Helios. Then
Cedric Brun will demo Acceleo and Sebastian Zarnekow will show Xtext.
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<p>To attend, register at <a href="http://eclipse.org/go/heliosinaction" target="blank">
http://eclipse.org/go/heliosinaction</a>.</p>
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