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MyEclipse 7.0 and MyEclipse 7.0 Blue Edition Now Available!

 
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Genuitec has announced two major, production-level releases: MyEclipse 7.0 and MyEclipse 7.0 Blue Edition.

Both releases, built on Eclipse 3.4.1/Ganymede, deliver the most comprehensive environment for Ajax and Web Services in the Eclipse space. For example, MyEclipse users will now be able to create/test/debug simple REST Web Services in about two minutes.

Download or take it for a free 30-day trial today!

http://www.myeclipseide.com/module-htmlpages-display-pid-4.html

Both 7.0 releases include new support for or upgrades to:

* Advanced JavaScript tooling
* New Plugin Dashboard
* REST Web Services wizards and explorer
* MyEclipse Spring tools
* OpenJPA support for MyEclipse Persistence tools
* MyEclipse Reports upgrade
* UML1, UML2 upgrades
* New JSF views and enhancements
* MyEclipse ICEfaces tooling update
 
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