MyEclipse 7 Released, 7 Licenses for DZone Members!
Genuitec, LLC, announced today the production release of MyEclipse Enterprise Workbench 7.0. The new release, built upon Eclipse 3.4.1/Ganymede, delivers the most comprehensive environment for Ajax and Web Services in the Eclipse space.
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Additionally, MyEclipse 7.0 is delivered on top of the Pulse Eclipse Management Platform. This platform allows users to efficiently customize and maintain their MyEclipse environments both at the individual and corporate level.
MyEclipse users will also note enhanced support and delivery of Maven. As an enhancement of the Maven4MyEclipse tooling found in 6.5, users can now choose between using Maven in its raw format or the fully-integrated Maven4MyEclipse solution. This allows more full customization of Maven tool capabilities dictated by user needs.
The 7.0 release includes new support for or upgraded additions to:
- New Plugin Dashboard
- REST Web Services wizards and explorer
- OpenJPA support for MyEclipse Persistence tools
- MyEclipse Reports enhancements
- UML1, UML2 upgrades
- New JSF views and enhancements
- MyEclipse ICEfaces tooling
- much more!
“The sheer breadth of options available to MyEclipse users with this release is truly daunting,” said Pete Carapetyan, product manager for Genuitec. “7.0 is a great blend of filling in some customer-requested feature gaps and polishing the already rich set of tools. I think our users will be very pleased with the advances.”
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