Setting up a chef development environment (MacOSx)

In this tutorial, we’re going to setup these tools to be able to easily setup Chef recipes locally: Cask, a brew plugin that helps to manage installed packages Virtual box, to bootstrap virtual machines Vagrant (and vagrant manager) to bootstrapRead more…

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Setting up a development environment for Chef and Docker

In this tutorial we’re going to setup a dev environment for testing Chef recipes setting up Docker environments. VirtualBox configuration The first point consist in installing VirtualBox: my computer is working on OSX, I don’t wanted to change my OSRead more…

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Make a really dynamic Eclipse extension point consumer

Even if Eclipse broke man of OSGI modularity paradigm, you can always make a step into coding coding your extension point the good way. It’s not more expensive, and can help you when debugging your product (no need to restartRead more…

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Framework of the week: SwtBot

Purpose SwtBot aims to make your Swt (Eclipse) UI testable, it contains many helpers and components to interact with your interface with an automated way. Concepts With SwtBot, you’ll manipulate an instance of ‘bot’ which can interact with the environment.Read more…

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Framework of the week: CDI

CDI meant Context dependency injection: this spec is derived from DI (Spring, Guice and JBoss Seam) to give an annotated driven programmation of your module. Purpose CDI uses the Dependency injection mechanism to loosely wire your beans together:   publicRead more…

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Framework of the week: Maven

Purpose Maven is a well known build management tool to compile JVM based project (Scala, Groovy, Java…). It’s purpose is to simplify your dependency management, downloading your needed jar from remote repository, executing maven plugin during different build phase (build-timeRead more…

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Framework of the week: Vagrant

Purpose Vagrant is framework that help you boot VMS easily. So with just a little descriptor file, you’ll be able to start, execute some scripts, halt and stop a/some System(s). Concepts There are just few concepts on Vagrant that makeRead more…

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Framework of the week: Eclipse EMF

I’m starting a serie of blog post describing a framework each week, so enjoy reading! The first framework i’ll speak about is Eclipse EMF. Purpose EMF aims to bridge the gap between raw code and modelized one (generated from aRead more…

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Osgiliath framework available on Maven Central!

I’m proud to announce the General availability of the Osgiliath framework on the central repository! Take a look at the presentation, the documentation or even the Helloworld sources on github for code Snippets. You’ll not be disapointed if you comeRead more…

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EclipseCon Europe: When Xbase meets Incquery

Incquery is a Xtext dsl that allows you to make request on an EMF Model. It’s also incremental because it reacts to EMF notifications. It seems to be very fast and applicable to huge models. Incquery have also some annotationRead more…

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