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Eclipse Overview

Eclipse is an open-source, top-class tool for software developers. Its user-friendly interface and extensive plugin ecosystem make it popular across various programming languages, including Java, C++, and PHP. Eclipse offers powerful debugging tools that assist developers in identifying and resolving issues quickly and efficiently. The platform provides a customizable workspace where developers can tailor their environment to suit their preferences. Its built-in code editor supports features like syntax highlighting and auto-completion to boost coding productivity. Eclipse supports version control systems like Git to ensure seamless collaboration in software projects. Regular updates and community support make Eclipse a reliable IDE for developers worldwide.

Contact Details

  • Eclipse Foundation
  • 2004
  • Belgium
  • 101-500

Support

  • Chat
  • FAQs/Forum

Training

  • Documentation

Licensing & Deployment

  • Proprietary
  • Cloud Hosted
  • Web-Based
  • Windows
  • Mac

Typical Customers

  • Self-Employed
  • Small-Business
  • Midsize-Business
  • Large-Enterprise-Business

Language Supported

English

Industries

Information Technology & Services, Real Estate

Eclipse Features

  • Access Controls
  • Collaboration Tools
  • Debugging
  • Deployment Management
  • Integrated Development Environment
  • Source Control
  • Task Management
  • Version Control
  • Workflow Management
  • Change Management
  • Configurable Workflow
  • Offline Access
  • Database Support
  • Pre-built Templates
  • Drag & Drop
  • Data Modeling
  • No-Code Development
  • Compatibility Testing
  • Graphical User Interface

Eclipse Pricing

Pricing Type

  • Contact Vendor

Preferred Currency

  • USD ($)

Free Trial

  • N/A

Free Version

  • N/A

Payment Frequency

  • N/A

Eclipse FAQ's

No, Eclipse does not offer a free version.

No, Eclipse does not offer any free trial.

No, Credit Card details are not required for the Eclipse trial.

No, Eclipse does not offer an API.

Eclipse offers support with the following options:

Chat

Eclipse offers training with the following options:

Documentation

Following are the typical users of the Eclipse:

Self-Employed , Small-Business , Midsize-Business , Large-Enterprise-Business

Eclipse supports the following deployment:

Cloud Hosted

Eclipse supports the following mobile devices:

Web-Based