• Liked Vidyasagar Machupalli
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    Build, run and manage MobileFirst apps using Eclipse

    Vidyasagar Machupalli
    Vidyasagar Machupalli
    schedule 1 year ago
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    45 mins
    Talk
    Beginner

    IBM MobileFirst Platform enables developers/enterprises to build, enhance and continuously deliver mobile apps more efficiently. It can be used on premises environment or as a cloud offering.

    IBM MobileFirst Platform Studio (previously Worklight Studio), for eclipse is an award-winning, open standard mobile application platform for smartphones and tablets that helps you efficiently build, run, and manage mobile applications.In this talk, we will demo MobileFirst Studio, which is an Eclipse plug-in that supports the development of rich, mobile web, native, and hybrid apps. It contains an embedded version of MobileFirst Server.

     

  • Liked Pradeep Balachandran
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    Cloud development using Eclipse

    Pradeep Balachandran
    Pradeep Balachandran
    schedule 1 year ago
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    20 mins
    Demonstration
    Intermediate

    Eclipse IDE is ubiquitous and the IDE of choice for application development no matter whether you are developing in Java/JEE or Python or Ruby or PHP - Eclipse IDE has a flavour that suits your taste. In recent times, the landscape of applications have undergone a significant change. More and more applications are developed by composing services and are deployed on specialized "Cloud" environments known as "Platform as a Service" - PaaS for short. 

    In this talk, we take a look at the various tools available in Eclipse Open Source ecosystem for developing applications for the cloud environment. We will traverse the journey of an app from conception to deployment. We will cover an online store application as an example. This talk will cover the tools that are best suited for each phase of the application development life-cycle - planning, work break down, coding, building and deployment. The tools include Eclipse Orion, Eclipse Tools for Cloud Foundry, Eclipse Tools for Bluemix, GitHub. We will also look at enabling continuous deployment using this tool set - practicing DevOps in true sense.

  • Liked Sasikanth Bharadwaj
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    Eclipse eye - the eclipse build monitoring app on cloud

    Sasikanth Bharadwaj
    Sasikanth Bharadwaj
    schedule 1 year ago
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    20 mins
    Talk
    Beginner

    Eclipse committers have to watch the releng mailing list for build related emails, check every build for any test failures in their component, and analyse/report the failures if any so that further action can be taken. All this monitoring is really a monotonous task fit for an app - and that was how this app was born. The application periodically fetches available test results from hudson, and notifies registered users via email/push notifications. Users can register for email notifications by signing in with their google account and for push notifications via the android app. This is a good demonstration of how eclipse with its extensible framework and related tooling make it really straight forward to build, test and deploy applications to a cloud. This talk outlines the various tools used for the development of this application and gives a first hand account of using eclipse and related tools for cloud application development using a live application

  • Liked Fred Bricon
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    Deploy microservices on OpenShift 3 with Red Hat Developer Studio

    Fred Bricon
    Fred Bricon
    schedule 8 months ago
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    20 mins
    Demonstration
    Beginner

    In this heavily demo-focused presentation, we will see how you can, with Red Hat Developer Studio, an Eclipse based distribution, deploy some Docker-based microservices into an OpenShift 3 instance (Red Hat's Platform As A Service offering),  running on Red Hat's Container Developement Kit.

    This presentation is based on a microservices tutorial, the helloworld-msa project, available on github. You will learn how you can build Docker images, deploy and scale several communicating microservices, on OpenShift 3, without leaving Eclipse.

    OpenShift 3 is based on top of Docker containers and the Kubernetes container cluster manager, and is completely open source. It allows developers to quickly develop, host, and scale applications in a cloud environment.

    The local version of OpenShift 3 featured in this presentation is powered by Red Hat's Container Development Kit, which provides a pre-built Container Development Environment based on Red Hat Enterprise Linux.

    This presentation will highlight some of the Eclipse tools Red Hat is developing or is contributing to, namely the OpenShift and Docker Tools.

  • Gireesh Punathil
    Gireesh Punathil
    schedule 11 months ago
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    45 mins
    Talk
    Advanced

    A large percentage of Node application misbehavior can be effectively diagnosed through in-built Node/V8 tracing capabilities. There are a number of powerful tracing options to leverage in development, testing and production phases to validate that application design is indeed reflected in code, without ever instrumenting it.

    I will illustrate "top 10" Node/V8 tracing options - from simplest method tracing (find out call sequences, input parameters, return values) to tuning specific JIT compiler options to diagnose and resolve complex crashes/issues. The intention is to help audience understand in-built serviceability features of Node Runtime Environment, and self help in resolving production anomalies.

    Server side JavaScript with Node has gained unprecedented popularity as a powerful platform for Cloud / Web development, though the development tools and frameworks are still to mature to complement the productivity. There exists eclipse plugins for Node, but they need improved awareness among the developer community. Brining Node topics to this session are expected to improve this awareness - through implicit indications as well as explicit communication to the wider Eclipse consumers.

     

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