Rob Stryker

Rob Stryker has been doing Eclipse and Tooling development for Red Hat since he graduated college in 2005. He is a fun guy. People like him.

Areas of Expertise

Java, Tooling, Eclipse

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Deploying projects to Apache Felix, Tomcat, and Karaf in VS Code

Deploying projects to Apache Felix, Tomcat, and Karaf in VS Code

We’re expanding tooling support for containers and servers in different development environments. Our existing VS Code extension, Red Hat Server Connector, only provides functionality for Red Hat servers and runtimes like WildFly, Minishift, Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Application Platform (JBoss EAP), and Red Hat Container Development Kit. In this article, we introduce Red Hat Community Server Connector, the newest addition to our Visual Studio Code (VS Code) extensions.

Community Server Connector makes it easier than ever to deploy, run, debug, and test Open Service Gateway initiative (OSGi), Java EE and Jakarta EE, and other projects targeting diverse servers and runtimes. This new VS Code extension allows you to control Apache Felix, Apache Karaf, and Apache Tomcat with the same user interface (UI) and flexibility that you have in Server Connector. And don’t worry, we’ll continue to enhance Red Hat Server Connector as well.

This article offers a general introduction to Red Hat Server Connector. For a more detailed introduction, see my video demonstration, which includes use cases for Apache Felix, Apache Karaf, and Apache Tomcat.

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