Eclipse News Desk
Ideo Technologies Releases SweetDEV Studio, an Eclipse-based Web IDE
Simplifies Development of Web Applications for J2EE Platforms
Sep. 15, 2005 11:00 AM
Ideo Technologies, a leading provider of web application development tools based on Java technology, announces the availability of SweetDEV Studio. Focused exclusively on accelerating and simplifying the development of web applications for J2EE platforms, Ideo Technologies has developed SweetDEV Studio, a powerful Eclipse-based Web Integrated Development Environment (Web IDE).
SweetDEV Studio comes with a complete set of advanced tags. Simply drag and drop those tags to the JSP Editor, use a set of tailored wizards, and let SweetDEV Studio write the source code for you. At any time, users can directly interact at the source code level to apply any kind of modification. There are also more than 50 advanced tags including Filter, Table, Picklist, Menu, and Structure.
Sophisticated Source and Visual JSP editor has the unique ability to let one develop at either source or design level at the same time. "Imagine the challenge of coming up to speed on an existing project and trying to understand how it is put together," the company said in an official statement. "Simply open the project and relevant JSP or Struts configuration file. Navigating with the visual editors automatically highlights the relevant source providing an intuitive way to understand and editing the application."
SweetDEV Studio allows Web JSP / Struts debugging from the JSP Editor. Users can position a break point in a JSP and launch the application. At the first break point SweetDEV Studio skips automatically in the debug perspective. A view shows all the variables used, accessible, threads, break points.
SweetDEV Studio, with the embedded AppXRay technology, builds and keeps update in real time, a repository of all the relations of the different application elements across all the layers of the Web environment. Most Web applications execution errors can be detected and corrected during the development time.