KEITH is an IDE based on KIELER. It uses KIELER as a language server to provide rich client features for SCCharts, Lustre, Esterel, ELK, KGraph, and some intermediary languages.
KEITH runs in a browser.
You can download the nightly build for KEITH here (currently no working build for MacOS).
KEITH Language Server: TODO, currently not published
 Sören Domrös. Moving Model-Driven Engineering from Eclipse to Web Technologies, November 2018
 Niklas Rentz. Moving Transient Views from Eclipse to Web Technologies, November 2018
 Reinhard von Hanxleden, Hauke Fuhrmann, and Miro Spönemann. “KIELER—The KIELIntegrated Environment for Layout Eclipse Rich Client”. In:Proceedings of the Design,Automation and Test in Europe University Booth (DATE ’11). Grenoble, France, 2011.
 Reinhard von Hanxleden, Björn Duderstadt, Christian Motika, Steven Smyth, Michael Mendler, Joaquín Aguado, Stephen Mercer, and Owen O’Brien. SCCharts: Sequentially Constructive Statecharts for Safety-Critical Applications. In Proc. ACM SIGPLAN Conference on Programming Language Design and Implementation (PLDI’14), Edinburgh, UK, June 2014.
How to use KEITH?
You can navigate through the snapshots via Alt+G/Alt+J
If the electron desktop app is used F1>Reload Window fixes almost anything. It is equivalent to a restart
The command palette
The command palette opens by pressing F1 or opening it via the menu View>Find Command...
The command palette can be searched commands and supports regular expressions. The displayed commands have of a name (on the left side) and optionally a shortcut to invoke them (on the right side of the command palette).
Via Ctrl+P the workspace can be searched for files to open. This can also be access via F1 and deleting the > character in the command palette.