It is important to know that Eclipse is not the only game in town when it comes to native SAP HANA development. SAP provides web-based development workbench, that can be used to directly access all edit development objects within a remote SAP HANA Repository. Unlike the Eclipse IDE, SAP HANA web-based Development Workbench requires no installation. To launch the tool, open up the workbench URL in the browser. You can find the workbench URL on SAP HANA Instances tab in the SAP HCP cockpit.
When working with web-based development workbench, the best feature is that you don’t have to sync-up the changes with your SAP HANA Repository. This happens because workbench maintains a live connection with SAP HAAN repository itself.
SAP has indicated that it will expand the feature of web-based tool set over time so that there is parity between web-based development workbench and Eclipse IDE.