Monday, March 21st, 2011

Searching for public Orion beta?

Category: Tools

The Eclipse Foundation now offers sign-up access to a beta version of the OrionHub service, a hosted implementation of Orion tools. Orion is an Eclipse initiative to define a browser-based platform for building and integrating web development tools. Key features of Orion include: a fast editor for JavaScript, HTML and CSS development;  a  client-side plugin architecture, using HTML5, that allows tools written in JavaScript to be integrated into the Orion client, with JSLint and jsbeautify; and git integration that includes a new git comparison tool. Orion will be discussed at several sessions at this week’s EclipseCon in San Jose, Calif.

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One article in three weeks! I used to read Ajaxian more than weekly. Its really gone downhill and is largely irrelevant now. Dailyjs and Badassjs among many other blogs are far superior. R.I.P Ajaxian – you were good in the old days and thanks for all the old time interesting updates.

Comment by devurandom — March 31, 2011

Is Ajaxian dead???

Now that new html technologies and products are getting more and more available we see a quasi total cease of article publication.

Is this the end?????

What about mobile, html5, etc????

Best regards


Comment by boostquant — April 6, 2011

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