ATB has co-organised the OntoCommons demonstrators workshop that was held in Stuttgart on the 7th…
Bremen, Germany – 09.05.2023
We are pleased to announce that our work on the SmartCLIDE project is coming to a successful end, providing enterprises with a powerful tool to expedite their digitization journey. Our cloud-native IDE helps users create full-stack services and apps by facilitating the development and adoption of solutions in the cloud and big data domains. Support for creators at every stage of development, from discovery to deployment, is one of SmartCLIDE’s cutting-edge capabilities. We have covered all the key information related to the project in our White Paper, including how SmartCLIDE works and how it might help you on your path to digital transformation. “Despite completing this stage, we do not plan to stop here and we are dedicated to continuing to contribute to this project by offering ideas and ensuring that it keeps up with developments in the field.” says Sebastian Scholze, coordinator of the project.
With the release of Eclipse OpenSmartCLIDE, based on the Theia platform, this integration offers a variety of cutting-edge features, including CI/CD integration and intelligent source code monitoring. It is substantially simpler for both novice and expert developers when software lifecycle support is provided by offering necessary development tools at every level, such as data sources and visualization artifacts. Developers have a more in-depth understanding of their codebase thanks to dynamic source code visualization features and state changes that are dynamically reflected. This makes debugging considerably simpler. Eclipse Theia/CHE prominence in the creation of cloud services is further strengthened by its interaction with popular CI/CD platforms like GitHub and GitLab. We are ecstatic to be a part of this progress and are looking forward to learning about the new prospects it brings. We have high hopes for what this development will bring and are interested in what it might lead to. To stay informed about our progress and planned contributions, follow the project’s Twitter account to get updates and to give us feedback.
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 871177