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Wicked Shell - A non-evil eclipse plugin providing an integrated shell. This plugin enables the use of the system shell directly from the eclipse IDE.
It supports different shell types for Windo...
Last Updated on Monday, November 7, 2016 - 14:13 by Stefan Reichert
ECF is a framework for building distributed servers, applications, and tools. It provides a modular implementation of the OSGi Remote Services standard and implements the OSGi RSA Specification. EC...
Collaboration, Application Server, Build and Deploy, J2EE Development Platform, Application Development Frameworks
Last Updated on Thursday, May 18, 2017 - 20:32 by Wim Jongman
Supplemental Custom Widgets for SWT (and more)
Nebula is a place where different Eclipse-Projects and Independent developers collaborate on building Custom SWT widgets and reuseable UI-Components ...
General Purpose Tools, Graphics, Tools, Application Development Frameworks, UI
Last Updated on Monday, November 7, 2016 - 14:19 by Wim Jongman
Application Development Frameworks, General Purpose Tools, UI, Graphics
The Industrial SQL Connector for Mylyn allows you to connect Mylyn to any SQL database based issue or task management system that can be accessed by a JDBC driver.
You can connect any kind of da...
Code Management, Team Development, Mylyn Connectors, Database, Database Persistence
Last Updated on Monday, November 7, 2016 - 14:17 by maarten meijer
This view explores Features. It enables you to quickly search your target platform to find the feature where the plugin you need is located.
Last Updated on Monday, November 7, 2016 - 14:14 by Wim Jongman
This feature provides the ECF Remote Services Target Components. This is the set of bundles (API, examples, and providers), that allow OSGi frameworks to expose and access services remotely.
Application Development Frameworks, Network, Systems Development, Rich Client Applications, EclipseRT Target Platform Components
Last Updated on Friday, February 17, 2017 - 00:22 by Wim Jongman
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