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MyEclipse 6.5 Delivers Portlets, Spring and JSF Upgrades and JAX-WS Web Services
Genuitec Announced the Availability of the Initial Milestone Release of MyEclipse Enterprise Workbench 6.5
May. 7, 2008 03:30 PM
Genuitec announced the availability of the initial milestone release of MyEclipse Enterprise Workbench 6.5.
Among noted enhancements is the upgrade of MyEclipse Spring tools, which provides the most up-to-date technology as well as the integration of the latest Spring framework 2.5 libraries.
Also in the milestone release, JSF developers can expect to see an improvement to the JSF/Facelet visual page designer with all new support for coding and WYSIWYG preview of custom components. Finally, by customer demand, MyEclipse 6.5 includes Java portlet support. The new portlet creation tools seamlessly integrate with the MyEclipse visual web design tools and application server connectors to provide a rapid portlet development experience.
“We recognize that our customers expect the very highest service from the MyEclipse Enterprise Workbench product line,” said Wayne Parrott, vice president of development for Genuitec. “With the MyEclipse 6.5 release, we continue our tradition of providing the Java enterprise developer community with the most recent application technologies and productivity tools available.”
Enterprise Workbench 6.5 milestone-1 release will include the following
enhancements over previous editions:
This milestone release is available at www.myeclipseide.com for a free trial. The general availability release of MyEclipse 6.5 is slated for June, 2008 and will include Maven support among other usability enhancements.
For more information
on Genuitec contact Allison Roberts, Allison@genuitec.com at Genuitec.
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