Three Steps to Live Share Code in MyEclipse
MyEclipse 2022.1 includes CodeTogether, a plugin that lets you live share your coding session.
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Using an older MyEclipse version? Download the plugin and add to MyEclipse
Step 1: Start a session
Simply click Host New Session from the CodeTogether view, select access privileges, and then click Start. It’s that easy to host a live sharing session from MyEclipse.
- Source stays on host with full end-to-end source encryption
- Host-provided language smarts for a superior experience
- Host controls driving and editing privileges
Step 2: Invite guests
Just click the Copy Invite URL button from the CodeTogether view, and then share the link with anyone.
Not ready to invite others? No problem! Just click Try in local browser from the CodeTogether view to experiment on your own.
Step 3: Code together!
Invitees click Join Remote Session from the CodeTogether view in their IDE or browser, and use the Invite URL that you shared.
If you allow guests to choose their cursor behavior, they will select whether to share a cursor or have their own cursor, and then click Join Now to join the session.
You & your guests will love it!
No learning curve for participants makes it simple to dive right into pair programming, or even mob programming!
The host provides language smarts so everyone gets key functionality, like content assist, validation and navigation, whether joining from a browser or IDE. When joining from a browser, select the preferred IDE theme and key bindings for optimal productivity.
Stay Together or Code Alone
Everyone gets to choose whether to code on their own or as part of a group, and it’s a breeze to switch between groups and coding alone. Same-file simultaneous coding, just like in Google Docs, takes code collaboration to a whole new level! Perfect for mob programming.
Optional Audio & Video
Built-in communication tools include audio, video, text chat & screen sharing, plus fun extras like polls and reactions. Anyone in the session can start an audio/video bridge for the session or even invite A/V-only guests who won’t have access to the code.