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MyEclipse G: New IDE For Google Cloud Developers

In the midst of the Google I/O annual developer conference this week, Genuitec and Skyway Software have teamed up to announce MyEclipse G, a new IDE focused on Google developer technologies for the cloud.

Its makers say that MyEclipse G can help developers create multiple frameworks for the Google App Engine web applications infrastructure. The product's key features include its 'studio-type' functionality, which automates the provision of project architecture and implementation.

"MyEclipse G gives developers a high-productivity environment to accomplish multiple application development tasks at once; such as simultaneously creating cloud-ready applications for Google Web Toolkit (GWT), Android, Sitebricks, Google Guice, JSF 2.0, and Adobe Flex," said Maher Masri, CEO of Genuitec.

The new product's UI generates complete "create, read, update, and delete" (CRUD) applications for Google App Engine (GAE) and GAE for Business. MyEclipse G then auto-generates all layers from the UI to services and data access, all the while integrated with Google Guice.

Developers can choose whether their application runs on GAE for Business with JPA and Hibernate or on regular GAE using Objectify.

 MyEclipse G provides Android native client generation that new users should find generally familiar.

"The ability to rapidly develop functioning, cloud-ready applications is no longer just the realm of high-end developers," said Jack Kennedy, vice president of product development for Skyway Software. "

MyEclipse G supports Java EE 6 and HTML5 and is built on the latest Eclipse release, Helios."

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