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EasyEclipse for Java

A project in Ottawa, Canada by Pascal Rapicault

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Integrated and simplified Java IDE based on Eclipse and an Initiative to give back to the Eclipse Ecosystem.
Backers: 91
Average Pledge Per Backer: $81

Funded: $7,403 of $120,000
Dates: Feb 28th -> Apr 15th (46 days)
Project By: Pascal Rapicault
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Latest News

Can this Kickstarter fill the craters in Eclipse?

March 12th - via: jaxenter.com
Last week we wrote about a new Kickstarter proposal to fund EasyEclipse for Java - an effort summarized as “Streamlined Java IDE + Funding model for the Eclipse open-source ecosystem”. Here, Diana Kupfer speaks to Pascal Rapicault, the Eclipse committer behind it all. (Read More)

Screenshots and mockups added

March 7th - via: kickstarter.com
Hi everybody, Just wanted to let you know that I finally posted screenshots and mockups of the features described in the project. Enjoy! Pascal  (Read More)

Simplified messaging, answering questions

March 6th - via: kickstarter.com
Hi Everybody, Thank you for your early support. I wanted to inform you that in order to make it easier to spread the word about EasyEclipse, I have authored a 30 seconds message. If someone wants an explanation about this project points them at that... (Read More)

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