MyEclipse 8.0 M1: Eclipse Galileo, Struts 2, Standalone Profiler
MyEclipse is proud to announce availability of the MyEclipse 8.0 Milestone 1 release. Built upon Eclipse 3.5/Galileo, MyEclipse 8.0 delivers a standalone Java Profiler capable of profiling any Eclipse application or applet, Struts 2 support and more.
Download MyEclipse 8.0M1 here!
Along with all of these features, MyEclipse 8.0 is introduciong 'MyEclipse Lite,' the ability to uninstall functional modules from MyEclipse so you only load the plugins you need. Keep it slim and trim with this new capability!
Other key features included in the 8.0 M1 release are: MyEclipse Reports upgrade to BIRT 2.5, application server upgrades including Jetty 7.x and WTP project support.
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For Pulse users, MyEclipse 8.0 M1 is readily available. The release can be found in the Gaileo “Popular Profiles” area.
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Save $10K per year per developer with MyEclipse Blue
Recently, we’ve had customers asking how much money they might be able to save with MyEclipse Blue Edition over IBM Rational tools.
Of course, total cost of ownership of any tool will be unique to every business, but we're providing a rough example of money spent or saved over three years for consideration.
We're willing to bet your savings will be even greater than what we show here, as we don’t even get into extensibility, cross-compatibility, etc…
...more on Blue savings
Migrating from RAD to Blue: Free Resource
We're happy to provide curious companies with a free resource: a white paper on RAD tool migration.
The goal of this white paper is to explore and resolve
common concerns and issues surrounding a migration of your
development environment from IBM’s Rational Application
Developer® (RAD) to MyEclipse Blue Edition from
Genuitec. Why might a company choose to migrate their
development tools? If the migration is decided upon, how
would this be done easily and effectively?
This paper will
answer these common types of questions, as well as explore
any intangibles that may arise during the decision and
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Webinar: Managing Application Security with Pulse...click to view or download the archive
The latest Webinar in the Genuitec series is now available for archived viewing. The current version: managing application security with Pulse.
Security of your applications is, of course, paramount. but with more advanced languages and ever-complex usage patterns, it's becoming harder and harder to plug every hole. How can you be protected from hackers? How will you be notified if a developer's environment has been compromised?
These questions and more are answered for you, as we explore the possiblities with Pulse Private Label.
MobiOne Released With Multi-Touch Support
Create App Store-ready Mobile Web Applications, Experience True Device Behavior on Windows!
Try MobiOne Developer today for free!
We believe an integral activity of agile, mobile Web development is rapid testing and evaluation. To that end, MobiOne now provides iPhone and Palm Pre emulation through its “TruView” virtual mobile Web technology. In M4, the MobiOne team has added advanced multi-touch and gesture support to the iPhone emulator experience. This means that developers can re-create the exact behaviors of an iPhone to write mobile applications that respond to the device touch screen.
Try MobiOne today and see how you can leverage your Web development skills to build successful mobile applications.
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MyEclipse Blog has a New Location
We've consolidated 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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