DevStyle Rescued My Workspace!
As a new developer working in Eclipse, nothing was worse than doing a project and looking at an outdated, plain workspace. It was boring, and took away from the excitement and learning these projects had to offer. This was an IDE I would be using almost every day, so when I learned about the DevStyle plugin for Eclipse, it was a real game changer for me.
We like to decorate and personalize everything in our lives so why sell yourself short on your development workspace and leave it looking dull and unwelcoming? DevStyle’s options for personalization are unlimited and the ability to change my development environment however I want, whenever I want, is so helpful and fun as I tackle and embark on more coding projects.
And clearly I’m not the only developer that likes DevStyle as it is the 2nd most popular trending Eclipse plugin among the thousands of plugins hosted on the Eclipse Marketplace. You can install the DevStyle plugin from the Eclipse Marketplace here. And I assure you, this is something you won’t regret doing for yourself.
The Before and the After
To give you a little taste of what you’re missing out on… Below is a side by side comparison of my workspace before and after using DevStyle’s custom themes, as well as a sneak peek of the wonderful tools the CodeMix plugin brings to my workspace.