Integrating new test frameworks in Dirigible presented some challenges that I will explore in this blog. They can serve as a “watch-out list” in the process of integrating any third-party libraries in Dirigible in future.
Wondering how you can easily manage the SAP HANA Cloud Platform Document Service through the browser? Now this is possible with the help of Eclipse Dirigible and the CMIS Explorer application.
Have you met one? Are you one? Do you even know what this is?
This blog is part of the “How to Run Dirigible Anywhere?” series. In this edition, we will see how to simplify the deployment process on Microsoft Azure.
My name is Viktor and in the past two weeks, I took part in the Summer Student Practice in SAP Labs Bulgaria, which brought together IT students from different Bulgarian universities: Sofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski”, Technical University – Sofia, University of Plovdiv “Paisii Hilendarski” and others. Within two weeks...
This blog is the first of series of blogs on the hot topic - “How to Run Dirigible Anywhere?”. Our first target to run Eclipse Dirigible on is Microsoft Azure.
How to use WebSockets, coming as a standard feature with the modern Servlet Containers (e.g. Tomcat 7.x) from within the embedded Equinox OSGi environment deployed as a WAR application archive? If you haven’t asked yourself such a question so far, just forget it and live in peace… But in case...
During the past couple of years Dirigible evolved from an RAP based Web IDE for simplification and adaptation of SOAP based Web services to a full fledged Dev Platform with its own yet unique to some extents architecture and features.
or what will be the next big breakthrough in the way native mobile applications are developed.
What exactly the term Repository means in the context of Dirigible? How it is related to my projects’ life-cycle management? Is there a benefit to have the whole content in a single place? What is the difference between the Local and Master Repositories, and when to use them?
Dirigible welcomes Mongo DB onboard! Starting with version 2.2 Mongo DB is supported out-of-the-box
BYODS (Bring Your Own Data Source) in Dirigible - Part II: Extending supported databases for custom data sourcesJanuary 11, 2016 by Georgi Pavlov
Dirigible supports multiple database products by means of dialect adapters that can be used to extend the support to new ones
Starting with version Dirigible 2.2 M3, it is possible to register multiple custom data sources alongside with the default, system one. This feature allows keeping Dirigible system data completely separate from application data. And now application developers can create applications that span across multiple data sources. Both of these bring...
Groovy Dev Platform powered by Eclipse Dirigible is back!
You can try HTML, CSS, Java Script, Java, and SQL without installing anything on your computer. Just start it in HCP (SAP Hana Cloud Platform) and access from anywhere and create your own project. It could be very useful for learners, or for teachers as an online educational tool for...
While a significant part of the Dirigible development can be conveniently supported by in-Eclipse debugging using the generated ‘dirigible-local’ OSGi Framework launch configuration, there is also a couple of use cases that cannot be implemented using this approach.
Why Orion? How the code-completion is achieved? How the Orion editor is integrated with RAP?
Being a cloud platform provider or development tools provider company, most probably you would like to have your own logo and a name following your products naming convention instead of Dirigible’s ones. It is very easy following the Eclipse RAP Branding approach.
How to implement a custom plugin for Dirigible, which brings custom execution engine for a custom development language? Hmmm … why at all you would need this?
What does vertical scenario mean? Why building applications covering such scenarios need special toolkit and why all these relates to Dirigible?
In attempt to attract the 9 million happy Java developers to the Dirigible community, we have introduced Java as runtime language. Yes, finally we can run our Java code in the cloud the way we like it, with Dirigible.
In response of the great interest related to Shellshock, Dirigible provided several possibilities to use low level OS commands.
The existential question, which only seems to offer two equal and yet feasible options.
Just recently I was on site with a customer with the task to develop an HCP extension to their Successfactors subscription. The timelines were very tight and the team had zero experience with HCP and its related toolset and entry points.
If somebody asks you just right now “What do you require most from your business software in general?”, what will pop up in your mind first?
Have you ever wondered if it is possible to develop end to end your next cloud application directly via the browser? What language should you use? What kind of other tools should you need for the database management, authorization definitions, testing, life-cycle management, monitoring…?
The initial idea was to make use of the very promising Eclipse RAP technology https://eclipse.org/rap/ in our development, related to Service Adaptation (part of SOA tools). The question was: - Can we build Web-based tooling for Web Services simplification (i.e. enterprise services in SAP language)? Started as a POC and...