MyEclipse 9.0 M2: HTML5 & JavaEE 6
We're pleased to announce the second milestone release of MyEclipse Enterprise Workbench 9.0. Headlining the feature upgrades, the newest release is built to support enterprises that utilize HTML5 and JavaEE 6 standards.
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Additionally in this release, you'll find upgrades for JPA 2.0, JSF 2.0, EclipseLink 2.1 and OpenJPA 2.0.
Users will also now have the option to download full installers for MyEclipse, or utilize an installer bootstrap that will allow you to customize and manage your download. You'll have ultimate control over your initial download size and contents.
As a reminder from milestone 1... if you use Windows, you can now build 64-bit applications.
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For Pulse users, MyEclipse 9.0 M2 is readily available. The release can be found in the Helios “Popular Profiles” area.
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MyEclipse for Spring: Still 50 Percent Off!
Skyway and Genuitec are extremely excited to continue a popular promotion first instituted with the release of MyEclipse for Spring: STS Edition.
STS developers now have the option of installing the core MyEclipse for Spring capabilities directly into STS as a value-added plug-in.
Due to popular demand, MyEclipse for Spring is still only $99 per user for a limited time - a license discount of about 50 percent!
Enjoy all the functionality of MyEclipse Professional, plus:
- Spring Project Bootstrapping
- Scaffolding Wizards for Spring MVC, GWT, Adobe Flex, Spring Web Flow, Google App Engine and iPhone
- Spring Security Wizards
- Spring Services from WSDL
- Spring Code Assistants
- Much more!
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Genuitec is growing rapidly, and has immediate openings for:
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Genuitec offers its global work force 100 percent "work from home" opportunities - no relocation required.
Please send your resume/CV to careersATgenuitec.com.
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