Tikal Eclipse Java Enterprise
Tikal Eclipse Java Enterprise distribution contains everything needed to start developing Java Enterprise and server-side applications.
The distribution includes the following features:
- Web Tools Platform (WTP) extends the Eclipse platform with tools for developing Web and Java EE applications.
- Eclipse Java Development Tools (JDT) provides the tool plug-ins that implement a Java IDE supporting the development of any Java application.
- Eclipse Platform defines the set of frameworks and common services.
- Eclipse Modeling Framework (EMF) is a modeling framework and code generation facility for building tools and other applications based on a structured data model.
- Graphical Editing Framework (GEF) allows developers to take an existing application model and quickly create a rich graphical editor.
- Java EMF Model (JEM) contains the functions for modeling Java classes in EMF.
- The Plug-in Development Environment (PDE) provides tools to develop, test, debug, build and deploy Eclipse plug-ins, fragments, features, update sites and RCP products.
- MyLyn is a task-oriented UI that reduces information overload and makes multi-tasking easy.
- Tikal JAD Runtime, autoset embedded JAD decompiler binaries.
- AnyEdit tools add several new tools to the context menu of text-based Eclipse editors, output consoles, Eclipse main menu and editor toolbar.
- Eclipse Platform Extensions A set of plugins that provide additional functionality to the Eclipse IDE.
- The Implementors plugin add the possibility to jump to the implementation of of an interface.
- Subclipse is an Eclipse plugin that integrates enables native support of Subversion from whithin the Eclipse IDE.
- The Data Tools Platform (DTP) include extensible frameworks and exemplary tools, enabling a diverse set of plug-in offerings specific to particular data-centric technologies and supported by the DTP ecosystem.
- Spring IDE is a graphical user interface for the configuration files used by the Spring Framework.