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Fast Code Eclipse Plugin

Fast Code Plugin is a free eclipse plugin designed to help write code faster in Java and Php applications. In Java, it has some special features for applications that uses the well known Spring Framework. It helps to generate code snippets based on fields from arbitrary pojo class or class from any package or files in folder, Generates database templates, Spring config files, Boiler plate classes, Junit test code and lote more.

EclEmma - Java Code Coverage for Eclipse

EclEmma is a free Java code coverage tool for Eclipse, available under the Eclipse Public License. It brings code coverage analysis directly into the Eclipse workbench. The EclEmma project is also the home of the JaCoCo code coverage library which is the technical back-end for EclEmma and also has integrations with many other build and software quality tools.

Eclipse SQL Explorer - SQL client

Eclipse SQL Explorer is a thin SQL client that allows you to query and browse any JDBC compliant database. It supports plugins with specialized functionality for individual databases (Oracle, DB2 and MySQL) and can be extended to include specialized support for other databases. It is available as standalone client as well as Eclipse plugin.

JVM Monitor - Java profiler integrated with Eclipse

JVM Monitor is a Java profiler integrated with Eclipse to monitor CPU, threads and memory usage of Java applications. JVM Monitor would be useful to quickly inspect Java applications without preparing any launch configuration beforehand. JVM Monitor automatically finds the running JVMs on local host and you can easily start monitoring them. It is also supported to monitor Java applications on remote host by giving hostname and port number.

EGit - Git plugin for Eclipse

EGit is an Eclipse Team provider for the Git version control system. The EGit project is implementing Eclipse tooling on top of the JGit Java implementation of Git.

ModelGoon - UML for Java

ModelGoon provides support to create UML diagram from Java source. It provides support to build packages dependencies diagram, Class Diagram from existing sources, Build Sequence Diagram from a Java method, Shows the dependencies between user selected packages and lot more. ModelGoon is not a UML modeler, but just an UML point of view above the Java source code. It still uses UMLet for drawing purpose and the Eclipse Modeling Tools for implementing full MDA platforms.

StatET - Eclipse based IDE and Tools for R

StatET is an Eclipse based IDE (integrated development environment) for R. It offers a set of mature tools for R coding and package building. This includes a fully integrated R Console, Object Browser and R Help System, whereas multiple local and remote installations of R are supported.

groovy-eclipse - Groovy-Eclipse

This project provides Eclipse and Maven tooling support for the Apache Groovy programming language. More information, including how to use and install is available on the wiki.

Fast code plugin - Eclipse plugin to write code faster

Fast code plugin is a free and open source eclipse plugin designed to help write code faster in J2ee applications. It can be useful with other applications as well. It also has very useful template mechanism feature which helps to generate print/log statements with bunch of fields, create hql, create form fields in a jsp, create struts validation etc.

amateras-html-editor - Eclipse plugin for HTML/JSP/XML/JavaScript Editing

Eclipse HTML Editor is an Eclipse plugin for HTML/JSP/XML Editing. It requires JDT and GEF. It has following features.Note: SWT Browser widget (HTMLEditor uses it for preview HTML and JSP) requires Mozilla in the Linux. See details at The SWT FAQ. Also you can disable preview in the preference dialog. Choose [Window]->[Preferences]->[Amateras] and check [Disable Preview]. Then you would be able to use HTMLEditor without Mozilla.

amateras-modeler - UML and ER-diagram editor for Eclipse

Lightweight UML and ER-diagram editor for Eclipse. Former AmaterasUML and AmaterasERD.See details here about new features.

eclipse - Eclipse For Bazel

e4b is an Eclipse plugin for Bazel. It is really rudimentary. It simply supports creating the classpath from a project and using Bazel for incremental builds.You can create a new Bazel project with New project > Import Bazel project Then you can select the list of targets you want to build and the list of directories you want to track.

mesfavoris - Bookmarks eclipse plugin

Mesfavoris is an eclipse plugin that allows you to bookmark your files and share them with your team using GDrive. There is also a development update site that is updated for each successful build.

j2c - Java to C++ translator

J2C will convert Java code into hopefully compilable C++(11) code. It works on source level, translating Java source code constructs into their rough equivalents in C++ . The output will be reasonably valid C++ code that looks a lot like its Java counterpart and hopefully works mostly the same. The translation is based on The Java Language Specification, Third Edition, by Gosling, James and Joy, Bill and Steele, Guy and Bracha, Gilad (that's Java 1.6). The translated code should be valid as specified by the ISO/IEC 14882:2011 C++ standard (or C++11 as the rest of the world knows it).

ermasterr - A fork of ERMaster. Faster, Better, VCS-friendly.

A fork of ERMaster. Faster, Better, VCS-friendly. ERMaster is GUI editor for ER diagram. It runs as Eclipse plug-in. It can be done graphically to making ER diagram, printing ER diagram, exporting the DDL from ER diagram, etc. . Moreover, importing from DB, management of the group, and the historical management, etc. are supported.

redmine-mylyn-plugin - Eclipse Mylyn integration for Redmine ( Eclipse Connector Plugin )

Redmine-Mylyn integration for Eclipse allows you to manage your Redmine issues straight from Eclipse. The Mylyn project in particular has always called the component that adds support for another server a "connector", and Redmine usually calls additional components "plugin" - alas, the original software project got this the wrong way around and called the server-side component a connector and the client side component a plugin. Confusion persists unto this day.