This release brings many new feature and performance improvements. For more details see the official Photon Plan and the New & Noteworthy. The biggest features are Java 9, Java 10 and JUnit 5 support. Version of Eclipse does not support 32-bit systems; download an older version (Photon or 2018/09, 4.9) for a 32-bit system. Under Windows, you will download a zip file, for example, eclipse-java-photon-R-win32. In eclipse, workbench (desktop development environment) is a window instance of IDE.
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2. What programming language is used to make Eclipse?
3. Who are developing Eclipse?According to Eclipse Foundation, there are currently more than 1,500 “committers” involving in the development of Eclipse. They are developers from all around the world, working as volunteers. A committer is nominated by an existing committer and he must pass a strict voting process. That means it is not easy to become a committer and being a contributor to the Eclipse project is a proud.Thanks to those committers who have been working hard to bring to us a great tool for developing Java applications - freely and joyfully.The Eclipse Foundation is run by members from various companies and organizations. Here to name a few: Oracle, IBM, Fujitsu, Redhat, SAP, Google, Airbus, BMW,… and some universities.And these members fund the foundation, and the Eclipse Foundation also welcomes donation to support its development.
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4. Eclipse IDE for Java EE DevelopersI recommend you to use this package of Eclipse IDE as it provides necessary tools for developing almost any kinds of Java applications (except for mobile apps, you need to use Android Studio).Note that Eclipse also provides a “cloud” IDE (Eclipse Orion) that runs in a web browser and your projects are hosted on its server. And the Eclipse IDE for Java EE Developers run on desktop.
5. Versions of EclipseEclipse has a long history of development so it has been evolving over many versions. Eclipse uses interesting naming for its versions, mostly based on astronomy scheme: Juno, Kepler, Luna, Mars, Neon, Oxygen, Photon…and the latest version uses different naming scheme, i.e. month-year format: Eclipse 2018-09.Though evolving over many versions, the key concepts, structure and working of the IDE remain unchanged. Mostly new features and improvements were added.If you are new to Eclipse, I recommend you to read these two tutorials next:
War thunder epic thunder. Other Eclipse Tutorials: