You can use the Remote System Explorer End-User Runtime Eclipse plugin:
free and open-source
adds SFTP support and allow using private keys:
You just need to add your private key in the following configuration window (and in the login window you can leave the password blank or put any random password as the private key will be used to connect anyway):
There are systems similar to what you're asking. I don't think there's a well-known generic name for them, I know them as "exception trackers", "exception loggers" or "error catchers". Examples (written in Ruby, clients for many languages):
airbrake.io (commercial, hosted)
exceptional.io (commercial, hosted)
errbit (open source, self-hosted)
Automatically make the connection between the XML and Java activities, link all the widgets
There's a couple different ways to accomplish this. One of them is through using a dependency inject framework like Butter Knife. Via the Butter Knife website are the instructuctions for setting up Butter Knife for Eclipse.2
Here's a basic example borrowed from ...
You can use StartExplorer:
free Eclipse Plug-in
Windows, Mac OS, Linux
straightforward to install (just drag-and-drop the button to the Eclipse menu bar to install the plug-in)
accessible via right click or keyboard shortcut
add “open the current folder in a file browser” feature as well as open a shell there and copy filepath in clipboard:
TiddlyWiki is basically a onepage wiki. All data is stored in ...
You could try Eclipse Markdown Editor Plugin, which is freely available at Github. Syntax isn't CamelCase, but – as the name suggests – Markdown, a fairly wide-spread and easy to learn markup languag--e; in fact the same thing we use here at SE, or what Github itself is using. Even its plain-text (what you write) is fairly easy to read, and many other places/...
Eclipse itself has a plug-in called Papyrus.
Papyrus is a UML tool that provide very advanced facilities for customizing the tool.
This plug-in supports both generating a UML diagram to Java source code and reversing Java source code to a UML diagram (reverse engineering). There is a well written documentation for end user to do those. Please, take a ...
Have a look at using JavaFX SceneBuilder in combination with e(fx)clipse. It should cover most of your requirements, and uses JavaFX, which is the toolkit Oracle currently leans towards for main Java usage. I would recommend against Windows Builder Pro, seeing how most of the toolkits it supports aren't actively developed anymore.
See the second ...
"We are an team of currently 4 developers" - and you don't use version control??
STOP whatever you are doing. I mean everything. No more design, code or test, nothing at all - until you have version control.
Please tell me this isn't at work? In any case, even on Open Source, having no version control is unacceptable and highly dangerous. I use it even ...
It's not a graphical tool, and it's not jsonpath, and it's not for Eclipse, but do you know jq?
You can do amazing things with this command line tool! And over on stackoverflow.com there are true wizards answering tricky questions about jq.
Also try gron, another command line tool more suitable for "exploratory" JSON filtering.
I have used Groovy Eclipse and it works somewhat fine, but I have to say that the support for Groovy in IntelliJ is much better. I'd recommend getting IntelliJ Community Edition if you want to write Groovy code.
I also tried to find plugins for python development in eclipse but couldn't find any, but i would really recommend Komodo IDE or komodo edit (free) i am using it for quite time now and it hasn't stopped to impress me.
It support all the features you seek i.e. auto-formatting, very nice syntax highlighting and linting as well.
not only this Komodo IDE also ...
Intel’s Multi-OS Engine is a technology that enables developers using their Java expertise to develop native mobile applications for iOS and Android on Windows and/or OS X development host machines without compromising the native look, feel and performance. This technology is a stand-alone plug-in that can be integrated into Android Studio.
It's free and ...
The only way I've ever found that works well is installing the Aptana plugin. After it installs open the app explorer window. Click on the box icon and click run web deployment wizard. I have it setup to sync just one way to the server. After you set it up it'll try to sync to the server. You can just cancel that out. It should now upload on save. Hope this ...
You can use the Hadoop Eclipse Plug-in:
The Hadoop Eclipse Plug-in provides tools to ease the experience of
Map/Reduce on Hadoop. Among other things, the plug-in provides support
create Mapper, Reducer, Driver classes;
browse and interact with distributed file systems;
submit jobs and monitor their execution.