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Orion is a Mature open source project under the [[Eclipse]] top-level project.
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Orion is an open source project under the [[Eclipse]] top-level project.
  
Orion's objective is to create a browser-based open tool integration platform which is entirely focused on developing for the web, in the web. Tools are written in JavaScript and run in the browser. Unlike other attempts at creating browser-based development tools, this is not an IDE running in a single tab. Links work and can be shared. You can open a file in a new tab. Great care has been taken to provide a web experience for development.  Orion components are individually consumable and examples of this are [http://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox Mozilla Firefox Scratchpad], [https://github.com/SpringSource/scripted SpringSource stand-alone Editor].  All the components of Orion together can be viewed at the public facing [http://orionhub.org OrionHub] site where anyone can create an account and try Orion out.
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Orion's objective is to create a browser-based open tool integration platform which is entirely focused on developing for the web, in the web. Tools are written in JavaScript and run in the browser. Unlike other attempts at creating browser-based development tools, this is not an IDE running in a single tab. Links work and can be shared. You can open a file in a new tab. Great care has been taken to provide a web experience for development.  Orion components are individually consumable and examples of this are [http://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox Mozilla Firefox Scratchpad], [https://github.com/scripted-editor/scripted/ Scripted Editor].  All the components of Orion together can be viewed at the public facing [http://orionhub.org OrionHub] site where anyone can create an account and try Orion out.
  
 
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== Project overview ==
 
== Project overview ==
  
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* [[/Plan|Project plans]]
 
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* [[/FAQ|Frequently asked questions]]
 
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* [[Orion/Documentation/User_Guide|Orion User Guide]]
 
* [[Orion/Documentation/User_Guide|Orion User Guide]]
 
* [[Orion/Getting_Started_with_Orion|Orion Getting Started Guide]]
 
* [[Orion/Getting_Started_with_Orion|Orion Getting Started Guide]]
* [[/Plan|Project plans]]
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* [[Orion/Getting_Started_with_Orion_node|Orion Node Getting Started Guide]]
 
* [[/Buzz|Buzz]] - articles and blog posts on Orion
 
* [[/Buzz|Buzz]] - articles and blog posts on Orion
 
* [[/Evangelism|Evangelism]] - presentations on Orion
 
* [[/Evangelism|Evangelism]] - presentations on Orion
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*[[Orion/How Tos|How-tos]]  
 
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**[[Orion/How Tos/Install Orion on Localhost|How to install and run Orion]]  
 
**[[Orion/How Tos/Install Orion on Localhost|How to install and run Orion]]  
**[[Orion/Getting the source#Self_hosting_setup|How to use Orion to edit Orion]]
 
 
**[[Orion/How Tos/Setup Orion Client Hosted Site on OrionHub|How to define a site on OrionHub where you can host Orion client apps]]  
 
**[[Orion/How Tos/Setup Orion Client Hosted Site on OrionHub|How to define a site on OrionHub where you can host Orion client apps]]  
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**[[Orion/Documentation/Developer_Guide/Simple_plugin_example|How to write a plugin that extends Orion]]
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**Editor
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***[[Orion/How Tos/Editor Build|How to embed the Orion editor in your web page]]
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***[[Orion/How Tos/Editor Theme|How to theme the Orion Editor]]
 
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**[[Orion/UX_Issues/R0.5|UX Issues targeted in 0.5]]
 
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**[[Orion/UX_Issues/Selections|Discussion of Selections and Actions]]
 
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== Calendar of Orion development calls ==
 
== Calendar of Orion development calls ==
  
<googlecalendar title="e4 dev calls Calendar" mode="AGENDA" height="300" width="100%">ctri5teoag0n87t2qu9bla8u3g%40group.calendar.google.com</googlecalendar> This calendar is available in the following formats:<br> [[Image:Ical.gif]][http://www.google.com/calendar/ical/ctri5teoag0n87t2qu9bla8u3g%40group.calendar.google.com/public/basic.ics iCal],[[Image:Xml.gif]][http://www.google.com/calendar/feeds/ctri5teoag0n87t2qu9bla8u3g%40group.calendar.google.com/public/basic ATOM News Feed],[[Image:Html.gif]][http://www.google.com/calendar/embed?src=ctri5teoag0n87t2qu9bla8u3g%40group.calendar.google.com&ctz=Canada/Toronto HTML]  
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<googlecalendar title="Orion Calendar" mode="AGENDA" height="300" width="100%">orioncloudcoding%40gmail.com</googlecalendar> This calendar is available in the following formats:<br> [[Image:Ical.gif]][https://www.google.com/calendar/ical/orioncloudcoding%40gmail.com/public/basic.ics iCal],[[Image:Xml.gif]][https://www.google.com/calendar/feeds/orioncloudcoding%40gmail.com/public/basic ATOM News Feed],[[Image:Html.gif]][https://www.google.com/calendar/embed?src=orioncloudcoding%40gmail.com&ctz=America/New_York HTML]  
  
 
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Orion is an open source project under the Eclipse top-level project.

Orion's objective is to create a browser-based open tool integration platform which is entirely focused on developing for the web, in the web. Tools are written in JavaScript and run in the browser. Unlike other attempts at creating browser-based development tools, this is not an IDE running in a single tab. Links work and can be shared. You can open a file in a new tab. Great care has been taken to provide a web experience for development. Orion components are individually consumable and examples of this are Mozilla Firefox Scratchpad, Scripted Editor. All the components of Orion together can be viewed at the public facing OrionHub site where anyone can create an account and try Orion out.

Project overview

Development resources

Getting involved

Calendar of Orion development calls

This calendar is available in the following formats:
Ical.gifiCal,Xml.gifATOM News Feed,Html.gifHTML