MyEclipse 4.1 Ships New Web 2.0 Development Tools
Genuitec, the innovator in Eclipse-based enterprise development tools, announced availability of the MyEclipse Enterprise Workbench 4.1. Backed by world-class support, MyEclipse is the comprehensive J2EE - and Web-development tool suite designed for Enterprise developers and consultants looking for top value in a commercial-grade Integrated Development Environment. MyEclipse 4.1 is the first Eclipse-based platform to support AJAX development, offer an integrated image editor and include new Web 2.0 development capabilities.
Early access to MyEclipse Web 2.0 Tools Platform for lightweight, next-generation post-J2EE technology Java Web applications. Advanced drag-and-drop Rapid Application Development features with near-zero hand coding
The first Eclipse-based full featured image editor with extensive image creation, modification and processing tools
Expanded UML and round-trip development modeling tools including improved sequence diagram support.
This release uniquely integrates Spring, Hibernate and database technologies into a single intuitive solution. It includes automated reverse engineering of Hibernate mapping specifications from any database schema, smart Hibernate mapping file editing, Spring-Hibernate synchronization and configuration, and generation of Plain Old Java Objects and Data Access Objects. Appropriate for all sizes of professional development projects, the MyEclipse 4.1 workbench is designed for use on Linux, Apple OS X and Windows workstations. MyEclipse delivers a standards-based extensible platform that preserves developers' ability to choose the latest facilities and technologies from multiple sources. The workbench provides tools that permit system deployment into a broad range of infrastructures, including coverage of over 25 application servers and connectors to over 30 database systems. By choosing MyEclipse, enterprises get the latest technology while avoiding proprietary solutions, hidden costs and vendor lock-in.
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