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Eclipse plugin for assignments submission of the discipline Programming Laboratory II, Computer Science - Federal University of Campina Grande.
The application consists of sending eclipse projec...
GraphWalker (http://graphwalker.github.io/) is a open source Model-based testing tool for test automation. The GW4E project (https://gw4e.github.io/) is separate from the GraphWalker project and it...
Extend your Eclipse IDE to support building software using Gradle.
This solution is provided by the Eclipse Foundation.
Quick JUnit is a plugin for JUnit test on Eclipse.
The original idea is to change product code and test code using only one short cut key.
We call these set of pair(product code and testing code)...
The user may easily create a diagram (and the corresponding business model along with it) as part of any JPA-enabled project and may view and edit the model through this diagram.
The power of th...
EntireJ Reports is a Rapid Application Development (RAD) environment for building highly scalable, fast and powerful reports.
EntireJ provides a GUI Development environment and runtime libraries t...
The next generation of Antidecompilers - the most powerful code protection tools
RCP Antidecompiler protects Eclipse Rich Client Platform applications
Note. This version still has problems with t...
This is new Plugin for Eclipse IDE by Aspose. This Plugin is intended for developers using Maven platform for Java developments and want to use Aspose.BarCode for Java in their projec...
mBProfiler enables Java developers to tune up the performance of their Java programs. It combines in a single tool the capabilities for detailed examination of VM load and applications' work, for m...
Last Updated on Saturday, January 14, 2012 - 12:31 by Anonymous
Minimalist Editor for .proto files (for Protocol Buffers IDL and gRPC) with highlight for keywords, strings and matching brackets. No Outline. Just 25KB.
Listed in Nodeclipse Plugins List.
Languages, Tools, Editor
Last Updated on Tuesday, October 22, 2019 - 11:36 by Paul Verest
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