Eclipse Luna includes official support for Java 8 in the Java development tools, Plug-in Development Tools, Object Teams, Eclipse Communication Framework, Maven integration, Xtext, Xtend, Web Tools Platform, and Memory Analyzer. The Eclipse workbench provides a new dark theme, split editors, line numbers on by default, reduced whitespace in default presentation, ability to hide the "quick access" bar and fitting syntax highlighter setting for the editor of several programming languages. Paho provides open source implementations of open and standard messaging protocols that support current and emerging requirements of M2M integration with Web and Enterprise middleware and applications. EcoreTools, the graphical modeler for Ecore, has been completely re-implemented based on Sirius and provides a nicer graphical design, support for documenting your model, specifying domain constraints and modeling Generic Types. It provides a standalone C/C++ debugger application that is added to the CDT to help debug an application via the command line and have an Eclipse UI debugger pop up.
SonarLint is a free IDE extension that lets you fix coding issues before they exist! Like a spell checker, SonarLint highlights Bugs and Security Vulnerabilities as you write code, with clear remediation guidance so you can fix them before the code is even committed. Across popular IDEs (Eclipse, IntelliJ IDEA, CLion, Visual Studio, VS Code) and popular programming languages, SonarLint helps all developers write better and safer code!
Eclipse Luna is ranked 8th in IDE while SonarLint is ranked 11th in IDE. Eclipse Luna is rated 0.0, while SonarLint is rated 0.0. On the other hand, Eclipse Luna is most compared with Oracle SQL Developer and NetBeans, whereas SonarLint is most compared with AWS Cloud9.
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