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Comix viewer is a simple plugin allowing a developer to view their favorite daily comic strips....
Last Updated on 28 December 2010 by Mark Miller
Apache IvyDE™ is the Eclipse plugin which integrates Apache Ivy's dependency management into Eclipse....
Last Updated on 23 December 2010 by Nicolas Lalevée
This application for DB development, including SQLEditor,TableListEditor, and some Viewers. ...
Last Updated on 23 December 2010 by Yonsama
A Eclipse Plugin 3.0.X that allows adding a view to the Environment Variables and Java Properties list.
Last Updated on 22 December 2010 by Steven Martin
This is a visual plugin to build Web projects based on MVC frameworks such as struts2. This plugin supports struts 2 but could be extended to other MVC frameworks....
Last Updated on 22 December 2010 by sylvain.ribeyron
Java2Script (J2S) Pacemaker provides an Eclipse Java to JavaScript compiler plugin and an implementation of JavaScript version of Eclipse Standard Widget Toolkit (SWT) with...
Last Updated on 21 December 2010 by Zhou Renjian
JET2 transforms for generating: - Python code - Python code with Traits - Google App Ehgine Python code - Spring Roo scripts - Java code
Last Updated on 20 December 2010 by Richard Lincoln
Saros is a Eclipse plugin for collaborative text editing that in particular targets distributed pair programming, but can support arbitrarily many participants at once. All mem...
Last Updated on 19 December 2010 by Sandor Szuecs

WindowBuilder Pro GUI Designer 8.0This resource is reported as out of date.

WindowBuilder Pro (SWT Designer and Swing Designer) has been donated to the open source community through the Eclipse Foundation, and is in the process of becoming an Eclipse...
Last Updated on 16 December 2010 by Mark Johnson
GWT Designer is now offered as a free download by Google. Watch the Google Web Toolkit blog at http://googlewebtoolkit.blogspot.com/ for more information....
Last Updated on 15 December 2010 by Mark Johnson