MyEclipse 7.5: Simple Enterprise Applications with VisualVM Java Profiler & Visual SQL
MyEclipse is proud to announce availability of the MyEclipse 7.5 production release. Built upon Eclipse 3.4.2/Ganymede, MyEclipse 7.5 delivers extensive speed upgrades, and includes UML2 updates, a unique Visual SQL Query Builder, and a first-class VisualVM Java Profiler.
Download MyEclipse 7.5 here!
With all of these features, MyEclipse 7.5 is by far the most comprehensive integrated development environment in the market today. Multiple enhancements were made across the platform to satisfy customer’s needs and requests.
Other key features included in the 7.5 release are: ICEfaces 1.8 tooling enhancements, Visual Web Designer, XUL runner upgrades and much more!
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For Pulse users, MyEclipse 7.5 is readily available. The release can be found in the Ganymede “Popular Profiles” area.
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WebKit for SWT Released!
Genuitec recently released the initial bits of "WebKit for SWT." Free for download and exploration, the WebKit for SWT is the first Java implementation of the WebKit browser technology.
The immediate consequence of this release is the ability to embed standards-based Web functionality into both desktop and mobile apps with ease, or create friendly hybrid applications that incorporate native and Web elements.
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Agile WebSphere Development That Runs on Your Laptop
So you've invested a lot of money in WebSphere technologies, but you're being forced to find ways to cut costs. Here's a solution: MyEclipse 7.5 Blue Edition.
MyEclipse 7.5 Blue Edition users will enjoy Remote Websphere Deployment that now includes WAS 6 and WAS 7 (including debugging). Also built-in are deployment over HTTP and HTTPS, and support importing the SSL certificates from the HTTPS connection. And as always, you can migrate back and forth between MyEclipse and RAD while working on the same project.
MyEclipse Blue is a risk-free way to see if you can trim your tool budget.
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Webinar: Take Control of Eclipse in Your Enterprise...click to view or download the archive
The latest Webinar in the Genuitec series is now available for archived viewing. The current version: "Pulse Private Label: Taking Control of Eclipse in Your Enterprise."
While Eclipse is pervasive in most businesses, the headaches that come with the delivery and management of Eclipse are magnified when corporate standards are mandated. What software can developers use? How are they using it? How is it updated? How is it standardized in a user-friendly manner for both managers and developers?
These questions and more are answered for you, as we explore the possiblities with Pulse Private Label.
MobiOne to Support the Palm Pre
Since the milestone-1 release of MobiOne 1.0 (back in May), a lot has happened in the mobile space. The two most significant events have been a) the introduction by Apple of the new iPhone 3.0 OS and 3GS hardware upgrades and b) the release of the Palm Pre handset.
Like many of you, we are excited about the evolution of the smartphone and mobile Web. To that end, we are currently busy working on the next release of MobiOne, which will be a milestone-2 incremental release. It will include support for a Palm Pre mobile Web personality, iPhone 3.0 geolocation and HTML5 features such as local data storage (SQL) and offline application caching.
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Follow MyEclipse and Genuitec in some of your favorite social media environments. We'd like to invite you to chat it up with our Facebook group, follow our tweets on Twitter, or join our group on LinkedIn.
MyEclipse Blog has a New Location
We're consolidating all of our Blogs under the Genuitec banner! Now, you have a one-stop place to keep track of MyEclipse, MyEclipse Blue Edition, Pulse and MobiOne.
But what if you're only interested in one product and don't want to follow anything else?
No problem. you can subscribe to a feed that gives you only your favorite or everything we do. It's up to you.
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