Eclipse Che Server has moved!
If you're looking for the sources of the Eclipse Che Server, it has been relocated here:
Next-generation container development platform, developer workspace server and cloud IDE
Che is Kubernetes-native and places everything the developer needs into containers in Kube pods including dependencies, embedded containerized runtimes, a web IDE, and project code. This makes workspaces distributed, collaborative, and portable to run anywhere Kubernetes runs ... Read More
Here you can find links on how to get started with Eclipse Che:
Using Eclipse Che
Here you can find references to useful documentation and hands-on guides to learn how to get the most of Eclipse Che:
- Customize Che workspaces for your projects
- Run VSCode Extensions in Che workspaces
- Creating and configuring a new Che 7 workspace
- Making a workspace portable using a devfile
Feedback and Community
We love to hear from users and developers. Here are the various ways to get in touch with us:
- Support: You can ask questions, report bugs, and request features using GitHub issues.
- Public Chat: Join the public eclipse-che Mattermost channel to discuss with community and contributors.
- Twitter: @eclipse_che
- Mailing List: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Weekly Meetings: Join us in our Che community meeting every second monday.
If you are interested in fixing issues and contributing directly to the code base:
🐛Submitting bugs 📄Contributor license agreement 🏁Development workflows 👌Review source code changes 📝Improve docs 🏗️Che architecture
- Che repositories
✨Good first issue for new contributors
Extending Eclipse Che
- Add a new language support. (to be provided soon)
- Package your favorite VSCode extensions and make them available in Che.
- Write your own VSCode extension that runs on a dedicated side car container.
- Build and package your custom Che-Theia editor with your extensions and plugins.
Che is open sourced under the Eclipse Public License 2.0.