The Eclipse Cloud DevTools contributor award this month goes to the Arduino team, led by Stefano Visconti, for contributing internationalization capabilities to Eclipse Theia. Congratulations and thank you for this and other great contributions!
For over 20 years the Eclipse IDE platform, along with the Eclipse Rich Client Platform (RCP), have provided core technologies for building richly featured language IDEs, products, and applications that are portable across Windows, Mac, and Linux desktops. However, time moves on and the next generation of desktop products and applications are now being built with web technologies.
The new Arduino IDE 2.0 is based on Eclipse Theia. It is a great example of how the flexibility and adaptability of Theia enables building a modern tool with a truly great user experience. In this article, we will take a closer look at the new Arduino IDE and its relationship to the Theia ecosystem.
The Eclipse Cloud DevTools contributor award this month goes to STMicroelectronics for significantly contributing to improving the documentation of Eclipse Theia and Eclipse GLSP. Congratulations and thanks for your contributions!
There is a lot going on in the Eclipse Cloud DevTools community. In this post, I'd like to recap the goings on, interesting publications, developments, and project releases during the month of February.