Gitpod: A One-Click Online IDE

By |2018-08-28T17:45:24+00:00August 28th, 2018|Cloud IDE, Diagrams, DSLs, Eclipse, Language Server, sprotty, Theia, Uncategorized, Xtext|

We at TypeFox are thrilled to announce the public beta of Gitpod. So far we have not been particularly loud about it, so it’s likely you haven’t heard about our first product. Gitpod is an online IDE for GitHub and other Git-hosting-services. With a single click on a GitHub-Issue, Pull-Request or Branch, Gitpod launches [...]

Xtext 2.13.0 Released: Semantic Editing Made Easy

By |2017-10-22T16:50:10+00:00October 20th, 2017|DSLs, Eclipse, Language Server, Uncategorized, Xtext|

Today we are excited to release Xtext 2.13.0 and I would like to give you an opinionated tour through some of the new features. There is one area where particularly much happened: Refactoring support and QuickFix support. I want to thank Jan and Dennis for implementing significant parts of it. Refactoring and QuickFix are similar: [...]

Xtext Summit @EclipseCon France – Call For Papers

By |2017-02-01T13:11:04+00:00January 19th, 2017|Eclipse, Uncategorized|

The Eclipse Foundation has just released the Call For Papers for the upcoming EclipseCon France in lovely Toulouse. EclipseCon France is a three-day conference,  starting with an unconference day and followed by two days of sessions about Eclipse technologies. In previous years, introductory sessions and new & noteworthy talks about Xtext have been part of the standard program. This [...]

Eclipse LSP4J Is Here!

By |2016-11-30T08:34:08+00:00November 12th, 2016|Cloud IDE, DSLs, Eclipse, Language Server, Uncategorized, Xtext|

This week the LSP4J repository finally got created and filled with the initial contributions. LSP4J is a Java binding of Microsoft's Language Server Protocol (LSP) with a Java implementation of the extended JSON RPC v2.0 the LSP is based on. The project aims at simplifying implementation of a LanguageClient (an editor) or a LanguageServer (e.g. a [...]