Eclipse Day Rhone Alpes 2014

Suite au succès de l’Eclipse day 2013 à Grenoble, nous sommes heureux d’organiser de nouveau, mais cette fois à Lyon, une édition Rhone-Alpes d’Eclipse day, à seule fin de fédérer tous les pratiquants d’Eclipse autour de présentations techniques, de discussions et de sessions de codage.

Lieu

Nautibus, INSA Lyon
23 Avenue Pierre de Coubertin, 69100 Villeurbanne

Enregistrement

Cette journée est gratuite, mais vous devez vous inscrire car le nombre de places est limité! Enregistrement ici

Agenda de l’ Eclipse Day 2014

The day will feature informal demos, presentations and discussions about cool Eclipse application projects, ranging from research prototypes to fully-featured commercial and open source software development tools. Each presentation should be 20 minutes + 5 minutes of questions, doing the transition with next presentation. If you want to make something shorter, then we’ll plan quickies (5 minutes). This tentative agenda is subject to change depending on the proposed talks.

Time Theme Presentation Presenter
9h30 ::

  • About the event
  • Organizers & sponsors
  • Agenda
  • ClusterEdit

9h45 Eclipse Ecosystem What’s new and sexy at Eclipse

Au rayon nouveautés d’Eclipse

G. Blondelle – Eclipse Foundation
10h10 Eclipse IDE usability Ready-to-use development environment for internal dev and external contributors with Oomph

Le support de Oomph pour un environnement de développement distribué clé-en-main

A. Pupier – Bonitasoft
10h35 Eclipse IDE usability Making IDE better at handling real-life projects

Rendre l’IDE plus adapté à nos projets de tous les jours

M. Istria – Red Hat
11h00 Coffee break

Pause

11h10 Cool stuff with Eclipse An Open source Agile Planner inside Eclipse with Tuleap

Un planificateur agile en Open-Source avec Tuleap

M. Vacelet – Enalean
11h35 Appli – WEB Security The OWASP project, CSRF threat and solutions

Le projet OWASP, les menaces CSRF et leur solutions

F. Lombardi – Bonitasoft
12h00 Appli – Privacy Engineering XPfff, a privacy Framework thanks to Eclipse MDA and XText

La protection de la vie privée grâce au MDA d’Eclipse et à XText

T. Jacquin – Xerox
12h25 Open Discussions :-) Lunch All
13h30 Internet of Things IoT BPM P. Ozil – Bonitasoft
13h55 Internet of Things Zero config transport abstraction layer allowing OSGi remote services over the NATs

Une couche de transport sans configuration permettant l’accès a vos services OSGi via internet

O. Gattaz – isandlaTech
14h20 Eclipse IoT Eclipse IoT Technologies in Action

Les technos Eclipse IoT en action

P. Pitiot – Eurotech
14h45 Hands-on Coding together All
15h30 Techno – Modelling How to make Sirius shine?

Comment faire briller Sirius ?

S. Monnier – Obeo
15h55 Appli – Modelling Engineering Embedded Systems with MindEd

Le developpement de systèmes embarqués avec MindEd

S. Seyvoz – Assystem / Schneider-Electric
16h20 Appli – Mobile Hybrid Mobile applications with Apache Cordova and Eclipse THyM

Developpement d’application hybrides mobiles avec Cordova et THyM

Mickael Istria – Red Hat
17h

Details on the proposed talks

Making Eclipse IDE better at handling real-life projects

Par : Mickael Istria (Red Hat Inc.)
Catégorie : cool stuff with eclipse
Thème : Eclipse IDE usability
Format : Standard (20′ with implementation details), or Quicky (5 min for functional demo)
Résumé : Have you ever tried to pick up a random multi-module project you didn’t know much about and to import it in Eclipse IDE ? Which folder should you actually import as projects? Which ones of the dozens of import wizards should you use to achieve that?… You’ll need a lot of patience before getting a viable workspace for your project.

Then, when you’re done importing, your Eclipse IDE shows you a flat list of modules without presenting how they are actually organized with one another. Therefore, most of the project structure is lost and you have to figure it out by yourself and remember how it looks on your filesystem or on the SCM browser. These 2 issues can’t last forever. A real-life project is much more than what Eclipse IDE calls a project. In order to remain productive and helpful, Eclipse IDE has to adapt to the complexity of current projects, embrace the modularity and diversity of technologies and languages across the various modules of a same project.

This presentation will showcase simple, non-intrusive and elegant extensions to the Eclipse IDE making it easier to import projects (simple or complex) and honouring modularity in the Project Explorer. We will demonstrate these new features, show how a smarter import mechanism can also be extended to support any kind of project, and will get into the implementation details in order to highlight once again how the Eclipse Platform is still a very powerful framework that allows to integrate new concepts smoothly. The presented extensions are available under EPL at https://github.com/jbosstools/jbosstools-playground and are aimed at being part of Platform UI as soon as they’ve reached the necessary level of quality.

What’s new and sexy at Eclipse?

Par :Gaël Blondelle (Eclipse Foundation)
Catégorie :community
Thème : Eclipse Ecosystem
Format : Standard
Résumé : The Eclipse project was born in 2001, and the Eclipse Foundation just turned 10. In the digital era, it looks old, but instead of resting on one’s laurels, the Eclipse ecosystem innovates in new domains like IoT, Location aware technologies, Embedded Systems and more. This talk will present 10 projects you would not expect to find inside the Eclipse community if you still identify Eclipse mainly with the Java IDE. Open you eyes and your ears, and be ready to learn more about open innovation “à la” Eclipse.

An Open Source Agile Planner inside Eclipse with Tuleap

By :Manuel Vacelet – Enalean
Category : Cool stuff for Eclipse
Theme : Agile
Format : Standard (20′)
Abstract : In july 2014 Ericsson, Obeo and Enalean announced the availability of the first Open Source Agile Planner for Eclipse. I propose to present what was done and to explore what is possible with this plugin and it’s interaction with Tuleap.

Web security: OWASP project, CSRF threat and solutions.

Par : Fabio Lombardi – Bonitasoft
Catégorie: Cool stuff with Eclipse
Thème : Appli – web
Format : Standard (20′)
Résumé : In a society in where we can all see an exponential growth in hacking attacks, this presentation raises awareness of web security vulnerabilities, what web developers can do to protect their web applications and which tools are available to ease the task.
In particular, I’m going to provide an overview on the OWASP top ten vulnerabilities, then focusing on CSRF (Cross-Site Request Forgery) attack, showing how it works, the impacts it can have, and how it is possible to prevent it. Finally, I will briefly describe the OWASP LAPSE project, a useful

Eclipse plugin for detecting vulnerabilities in Java EE applications.

Par : Thierry Jacquin – XRCE
Catégorie : cool stuff with eclipse
Thème : Appli – privacy
Format : Standard (20′)
Résumé :XPfff, un framework de protection de la vie privee grace au MDA et a XText

IoT BPM

Par : Philippe Ozil – Bonitasoft
Catégorie : Cool stuff with Eclipse
Thème : Appli – IoT
Format :Standard (20′)
Résumé : The Internet of Things will generate a lot of data and a lot of possible interactions. How can you manage that, create alerts and drive your connected things? We will show how to do that with a BPMS, and finish the presentation with a demonstration of connected objects running through a process.

Ready-to-use development environment for internal development and external contributors with Oomph for Bonita BPM products

By : Aurélien Pupier – Bonitasoft
Category : Cool stuff with Eclipse
Theme : other – IDE
Format : Standard (20′)
Abstract : Tired of configuring your Eclipse from version to version? From one component to another? From one machine to another?

Tired of setting up the environment to contribute to a new Open Source project? Personally, almost all my recent code contributions to Eclipse projects were done only if they provide an Oomph configuration. No more need to search for the correct Git/Gerrit repository, install the correct plugins, modify the Code Formatter, setup the Target Platform and more. It saves so much time! Hum, wait… We are using the Eclipse IDE in my company – I’m sure you too ;). Why not provide an installer for our own product?
At Bonitasoft, we have two distributions, one Open Source and one commercial. Some resources are available only internally such as a platform to manage code quality (Sonar), a Continuous Integration (Jenkins) server or a specific Bug Tracker (Jira). I decided to provide an installer for both products and for two different targets, the Bonitasoft developers and all the potential new contributors.
In this talk, the following topics will be covered: – Structure used to provide installer for Company Environment and Community Environment – Tips, tricks and feedback on the implementation – Analysis of gain (time, contributions, quality)

How to make Sirius shine?

Par : Steve Monnier – Obeo
Catégorie : Cool stuff with Eclipse
Thème : Techno – Modelling
Format : Standard (20′)
Résumé : Sirius is an official Eclipse Project based on a mature, field-proven technology. It allows the easy and rapid development of custom graphical modeling workbenches (diagrams, tables and trees) by leveraging the Eclipse Modeling technologies, including EMF and GMF.
This talk gives an overview of the main Sirius features and shows how it can be used to create custom tooling for your own business or engineering domain.

Cohorte-Herald : the zero config transport abstraction layer allowing OSGi remote services over the NATs

Par : Olivier Gattaz, Bassem Debbabi, Thomas Calmant – isandlaTech – groupe Awensys
Catégorie : Cool stuff with Eclipse
Thème : Appli – IoT
Format : Standard (20′)
Résumé : Description des capacités de la couche de transport « Cohorte-Herald » (https://github.com/isandlaTech/cohorte-herald) de la plate-forme de développement de logiciel à composant « Cohorte » (https://cohorte.github.io/).

Cohorte-Herald permet de consommer à distance un service OSGi fourni par un framework OSGI Java, Python ou .Net quelque soit sa localisation (intranet/internet). Les points abordés: objectifs, protocoles (préconisation du Broadband Forum), aspect “zero conf”, implémentation, démonstration.

Engineering Embedded Systems with MindEd

Par : Stéphane Seyvoz – Assystem, for Schneider-Electric
Catégorie : Cool stuff with Eclipse
Thème : Appli – Modelling Embedded Systems
Format : Standard (20′)
Résumé : MindEd is an Eclipse plugin, part of the OW2/Minalogic MIND project. This project started in 2008, and consists of Component-Based Software Engineering tools based on the OW2 Fractal component model. Our toolchain uses an Architecture Description Language, an Interface language, and C/C++ for components implementations, targeting embedded systems.
The MindEd Eclipse plugin aims to provide assistance to the MIND applications developer, featuring ADL and IDL support through Xtext and EMF, C/C++ integration with CDT, and a new Sirius-based graphical editor prototype that will hopefully replace the former GMF-based one.
In this talk, we will show an overview of the tool, provide feedback on the frameworks we used along the project, and our perpectives for the next releases.

Multi-platform hybrid Mobile applications with Apache Cordova and Eclipse THyM

Par : Mickael Istria – Red Hat
Catégorie : Cool stuff with Eclipse
Thème : Appli – Mobile
Format : Standard (20′)
Résumé : With the amount of different mobile platforms and the diversity of languages and concepts they use, it has become expensive to develop one application for each platform. Apache Cordova solves this by allowing developers to use HTML5 & JavaScript as programming language, adding bridges to some native features, and packaging it as regular packages that you can put on your favorite Mobile applications market. Apache Cordova only provides a CLI, and such Hybrid projects can quickly become complex to manage and require some good tools. That’s why the team behing JBoss Developer Studio developed and contributed Eclipse THyM (The Hybrid Mobile) which aims at providing easier development experience for Cordova projects inside Eclipse IDE.
This talk will show a basic introduction to development of Mobile applications with Apache Cordova by leveraging the Eclipse THyM tools in your favorite IDE (in case you’re not sure, it’s Eclipse IDE).

Eclipse IoT in action

Par : Pierre Pitiot – Eurotech
Catégorie : Cool stuff In Eclipse
Thème : Eclipse Iot
Format : Standard (20′)
Résumé : nous montrerons lors d’une rapide démonstration d’applications dans le monde réel comment la mise en œuvre des outils développés dans le groupe IoT de la fondation Eclipse apportent une contribution décisive au développement de l’Internet des objets.
Nous évoquerons plus particulièrement les projets KURA, conteneur basé sur Java/OSGI développé pour les applications IoT s’exécutant sur les passerelles de services, mis à disposition de la communauté open-source par Eurotech, PAHO, client MQTT en open-source et Mosquitto, broker Mqtt.Le dispositif déployé sur le terrain (passerelle de services) collecte les données produites par des capteurs, il met ces données en forme et les transmet au broker Mqtt en utilisant le client Mqtt Paho.
Dans notre cas, les données sont intégrées dans la platforme d’intégration “Everyware Cloud” développée par Eurotech et mises à disposition des “business applications” finales

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How great is the challenge of creating economic value for a company with a libre software. I enjoy this! It encourages me to think business and communication in a disruptive way. I believe in the core value of FLOSS and agile spirit: open minded listening, transparency and co-creation. I'm Marketing Manager at Enalean.

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