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New Eclipse Plug-in Aims to Help Java Developers Use FlowBuilder
Plus Domino developers can use v3.5 to build solutions for Lotus Workplace or WebSphere, says CEO
Aug. 26, 2004 12:00 AM
FlowBuilder, the flagship product of Trilog Group, a pioneer in rapid development frameworks and tools, has just been released in version 3.5 - with an Eclipse plug-in aimed at Java developers and a service oriented architecture (SOA) that reproduces the Domino development model, thereby "tearing down the wall" between the Domino community and the J2EE community, says the company's CEO, Alex Homsi.
"FlowBuilder plugs directly into Eclipse to offer J2EE developers unparalleled productivity and ease of integration through an innovative SOA-based visual assembly model and a very rich framework for building complex collaborative applications," adds Homsi. "The tool's core XSP Studio is still available as a standalone lightweight IDE, but the Eclipse integration allows Java developers to reach unparalleled productivity levels by seamlessly reusing FlowBuilder's rich framework services and components."
FlowBuilder 3.5 also includes a visual representation of SOAP for intuitive point-and-click integration of Web services, he notes.
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