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WebSphere Gets an Ajax Booster Shot, Eclipse Ganymede Support


18Aug2008

MyEclipse Blue Edition delivers Eclipse 3.4 technology, Ajax for JEE to WebSphere developers

Genuitec announced today the immediate availability of the first milestone release of MyEclipse 7.0 Blue Edition. This release provides WebSphere developers with advanced Ajax tooling, enhanced reporting technologies and Eclipse 3.4 support, among other enhancements.

“MyEclipse Blue Edition has proven to help WebSphere developers expedite their work flow and take advantage of cutting-edge technologies,” said Wayne Parrott, vice president of product development for Genuitec. “We're pleased to now offer our users even more capabilities by integrating advanced Ajax tooling and full ALM capabilities into MyEclipse Blue Edition.”

To keep acquisition even smoother, Genuitec is providing Blue Edition users a fast and easy option to acquire MyEclipse 7.0 M1: Pulse, Genuitec's software profiling and Eclipse plugin management service. The Pulse service was overwhelmingly popular with those users acquiring the base Eclipse Ganymede downloads, leading Genuitec to utilize Pulse as an option for those wishing to download Blue. Users can find the Milestone release in the Ganymede “Popular Profiles” area, and from there can they can easily manage their favorite third-party tools in Pulse's sharable software profiles.

In addition to supporting Ganymede and delivering advanced Ajax tooling, MyEclipse 7.0 Blue Edition M1 includes:
  • SR 168 Portlets support
  • Maven 2 support
  • EJB and Java Projects support
  • Advanced deployment modes for J2EE/JEE projects
  • WebSphere-compatible Web Services support and the latest Java EE 5 development tools for the WebSphere Application Server 6.1
  • Web Services and Web 2.0 feature packs
  • Spring IDE for MyEclipse
  • Hibernate Tools for MyEclipse
  • JSF/Facelets support
  • MyEclipse Reports
  • much more!
MyEclipse 7.0 Blue Edition is available for immediate download and free trial. As always, current subscribers receive updates at no charge.