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MyEclipse 2014 IDE For Eclipse Java Developers


Genuitec has announced MyEclipse 2014, a "cloud application control" IDE with full specs for Java EE 7, plus enhanced REST web services for reverse engineering and mobilization. Bundled JDK 1.7 support and built on the latest Eclipse Kepler (version 4.3.1), this offers Eclipse Java developers the latest in jQuery and HTML5 mobile tools to "design once with a single code base" and configure apps for Android and iOS platforms (including iOS 7).

"Developers choose MyEclipse for their development needs because it incorporates the latest in Java technologies and competes head-to-head with more expensive IBM offerings but uses desirable open source technologies," said Brian Fernandez, product manager for MyEclipse at Genuitec.

Developers can use the HTML5 wizards in the HTML5 Designer to get their mobile apps up and running.

For Genuitec's IBM WebSphere clients, the MyEclipse Blue workbench includes the IBM Liberty Profile 8.5 connector with three new WebSphere editors to provision the features required by WAS applications.

REST services have been enhanced in the MyEclipse 2014 release to allow for a more simplistic reverse engineering experience in HTML5. REST also adds classes to a project, creates web services methods, and allows users to point to an entity for JPA reverse engineering.

MyEclipse 2014 features expanded Java EE 7 support with the full spec, libraries, and new editors. There are also new color themes, JavaScript support enhancements, and updated Spring Tools (new editors, fixed bugs) along with updated Maven support. New JEE7 server connectors here are Tomcat 8, Glassfish 4, and Wildfly 8.

MyEclipse 2014 is available in a secure format for Eclipse Java development inside a private cloud, known as Secure Delivery Center. SDC can be used in conjunction with MyEclipse 2014 or with Eclipse IDE licenses to provide a natural path for instant delivery and enterprise license management.


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