Rational Team Concert 1.0 is now available on jazz.net. You can download a free version with a server and 3 client licenses included. Team concert “provides a development environment that allows developers to collaborate together using integrated Source Control, Work Items, Build, Dashboards, Reports, and Process support. ” I am especially interested in the support [...]
Posts Tagged ‘Eclipse’
An interesting article has just been published on developerWorks: “Develop iPhone Web applications with Eclipse”. The article is a tutorial on how to create iPhone web sites using Eclipse, Aptana’s iPhone Development plug-in, and the iUi framework. It could be fun to try to use these ideas on a Lotus Domino demo web application. Anyone [...]
Jazz.net is now open to everyone. From the site: “Jazz is an IBM Rational project to build a scalable, extensible team collaboration platform for integrating work across the phases of the development lifecycle”. According to Andy Patrizio from internetnews.com Jazz can be compared to SourceForge and Subversion. The Jazz team blog has also been opened [...]
I have previously written about Aptana IDE and now the tool finally reaches version 1.0. Worth a try for editing dynamic web applications. The tool is now called Aptana Studio and is still available in a free and open source version known as the Community Edition.
Release 1.0 of the PHP Development Tools framework for the Eclipse platform has been released. [Via Mikkel Heisterberg]
Domiclipse 0.2.4 has been released. “Domiclipse Java is a plugin for Eclipse which allows you to replicate your Java agents and script libraries to the Eclipse environment and then replicate changes back to Domino.” Update: Ben Poole has posted a short “review” of Domiclipse 0.2.5 – with comments from Keith Smillie himself from the Domiclipse [...]
Maureen Leland has just posted some more info on the Lotus Domino Designer in Eclipse project that she is working on – and this time she has also posted a picture showing the Domino Designer client running in Eclipse! I have previously blogged on Maureens project.
Just wanted to remind you that you can use Eclipse and the Rational design and construction products for your C/C++ software development projects as well as for your Java projects. There is an article on developerWorks called “C/C++ development with the Eclipse Platform” that provides an overview of how to use the Eclipse Platform in [...]
Exciting news!: IBMer Maureen Leland is working on a prototype of Lotus Domino Designer in Eclipse. Lotus Product manager Chris Reckling has more on the exciting news! You should also read Ed Brill comments on Maureen Lelands post and on Chris Recklings post.