Genuitec has announced two major product releases: MyEclipse 6.5 and MyEclipse 6.5 Blue Edition. DZone has 5 FREE licenses to give away! Both are available for immediate download and free 30-day trial on the MyEclipse site.
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Integral to both releases is the addition of Maven support in the form of Maven4MyEclipse, a "1-Click," ready-to-run implementation of the Maven2 project management and build services for MyEclipse. Maven4MyEclipse streamlines enterprise Maven adoption by eliminating the hassle developers have come to associate with traditional Maven setups.
Also included in the MyEclipse 6.5 and MyEcilpse 6.5 Blue Edition releases are features and/or upgrades over prior versions, including:
- MyEclipse Portlet tools
- Spring IDE 2.0 for MyEclipse upgrade
- Hibernate Tools 3.2 for MyEclipse upgrade
- Java Server Faces (JSF) and Facelets enhancements
- ICEfaces 1.7 JSF Ajax UI Component Update
- MyEclipse Web and UML tool updates
MyEclipse Blue now offers users other technologies that are not currently supported by RAD such as migration of WSAD/RAD projects to MyEclipse Blue, the ability to run on multiple Websphere instances and enjoy Websphere 6.0 portal support.
Both products are available for their same low prices, including support packages: MyEclipse Professional Edition: $60 and MyEclipse Blue Edition: $150. As always, current subscribers will receive updates at no extra charge.
The MyEclipse products, now touting over 10 million downloads since inception according to the Genuitec site, have grown in popularity and scope substantially over the past few years. While everyone has their favorite tools, what is it in MyEclipse that is important to you? Has MyEclipse been of help to you? Someone you know?