Common Components The common component contains common utilities and infrastructure which are required by the Web Tools Platform project, but which are not specific to web tooling. more about common components »
Dali JPA Tools The Dali Java Persistence Tools Project provides extensible frameworks and tools for the definition and editing of Object-Relational (O/R) mappings for Java Persistence API (JPA) entities. JPA mapping support focuses on minimizing the complexity of mapping by providing entity generation wizards, design-time validation, and a rich UI for entity and persistence unit configuration. more about dali »
EJB Tools The EJB Tools Project provides frameworks and tools focused on the development of EJB artifacts. more about EJB Tools»
Enterprise Tools for the OSGi Service Platform (Libra) The Libra project integrates the existing tooling provided by the Plug-in Development Environment project and the Web Tools Platform project to work together for implementing OSGi Enterprise scenarios. more about Libra»
Java EE Tools The Java EE Tools Project provides frameworks and tools focused on the development of J2EE artifacts. more about Java EE Tools»
well as a number of views, editors, wizards, and builders.
JavaServer Faces Tools (JSF) The JSF Tools Project adds comprehensive support to the Eclipse Web Tools Platform Project to simplify development and deployment of JavaServer Faces (JSF) applications. more about jsf »
Release Engineering (releng) The WTP Release Engineering (releng) project is a sub-project in the Eclipse WTP top level Project. In provides frameworks to do the builds and run automated tests. more about Releng»
Server Tools The Server tools project is responsible for the framework and adapters for selected servers. It provides a generic infrastructure and JEE specific server components. more about Server Tools»
Source Editing The Source Editing project provides source editing support for typical "web" languages and the mixing of them, with a focus on making the editors extensible and easily reusable. Here you will find tools for working with XML, XML Schema, XSL, HTML, CSS, DTD, and JSP resources, as well as an XML Perspective. more about source editing»
Although installation has been tested on Juno and newer, at the time of this writing, Neon.1 remains the supported version, and anyone still on an older release is encouraged to upgrade to it and the latest supported Java Runtime.