The Eclipse Foundation has released version 4.3 of their IDE Eclipse, codename Kepler.
71 Eclipse projects have been released this year with the release train.
The highlights of Eclipse 4.3 include:
- Java Development Tools (JDT) improvements including a lot of new quick fixes
- Improved multi monitor support
- Eclipse Web Tools Project (WTP) 3.5 with support for Java EE 7
- Mylyn 3.9 adds support for code reviews using Gerrit
- Maven Integration for WTP with new features like incremental deployment on server and dynamic resource filtering
- EGit 3.0, the Git integration for Eclipse, now has a 3 way merge tool and the underlying JGit uses the recursive merge strategy by default
- Stardust – a BPM Suite
- Orion 3.0 – a browser based IDE for web projects
- Business Intelligence and Reporting Tools (BIRT) 4.3 with support for the databases MongoDB and Cassandra
For an overview of some of the new features, see the New and Noteworthy page.
You can download Eclipse 4.3 in various different packages from the official download site.