With the transition of the Open VSX Registry from TypeFox to the Eclipse Foundation, the industry now has a vendor-neutral and publicly hosted open source alternative to the Microsoft Visual Studio Marketplace for VS Code extensions. The move increases transparency and flexibility for extension users, extension publishers, and tool developers.
A new resource is now available to make it easy to try out Eclipse Che. If you are new to Che, it is the industry’s first Kubernetes-native IDE that runs in containers. Running in Kubernetes brings sidecar containers, developer environment as code (automating setup). This means that you can code, build, start, debug Kubernetes applications all in one tool.
I’m happy to share the news that Eclipse Jetty 11 has been released and certified as compatible with the Jakarta Servlet v5.0 specification. Released as part of Jakarta EE 9, this new version of the Servlet specification uses the new jakarta.* namespace. Often referred to as the “Big Bang”, this new namespace is a shift that will enable future cloud native Java innovations for the enterprise Java ecosystem.
Today we announced the creation of the Adoptium Working Group, whose mission is to bring high-quality, open source Java runtimes to millions of developers building the next generation of enterprise applications.
We at the Eclipse Foundation have watched with mounting concern the recent violent attacks on people of Asian descent. We condemn these actions and the bigotry that has driven them in the strongest possible terms. As an organization we stand in support of Asian people.