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A lot of you have had some really great questions about MyEclipse, thank you for that.

There have also been a lot of posters that haven't used MyEclipse before and are trying to get a feel for what it's all about. It slipped my mind before, but we have a collection of Flash movies (screencasts) of MyEclipse in action that you can just sit back and watch, no need to read or walk through a tutorial. These should give you a really good idea of what MyEclipse can do.

Here are some of my favorites:

Developing a Blog Web App (Uses Java EE 5, JSF 1.2, JPA and Glassfish)

MyEclipse Feature Overview (Complete overview of major features in MyEclipse)

Welcome to MyEclipse (For users new to Eclipse/MyEclipse, basic overview)

There are some more on our Educational Material page, the ones with the little orange gears next to them are the demos.

I hope this helps some folks with lingering questions.
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