Eclipse Theia Desktop

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The Eclipse foundation have just released Theia 1.0, a new desktop and cloud base IDE very similar to Visual Studio Code. In fact it's so similar it can use. Also, Eclipse Theia could be the name of the last version of the Eclipse Java IDE since they named every major release of their IDE until recently. Maybe they should have gone with Theia by Eclipse, or just drop the Eclipse in the name altogether. I have a very specific question about the deployment of Theia. Our use case is the following: We want to use Theia as a part of a desktop application, but we canĀ“t use Electron for it. Our goal is to display Theia still as browser content running in the background on localhost. I was wondering, which requirements a client would need to run the production build in the background.

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