Archive for the ‘MyEclipse for Spring’ Category
Monday, April 15th, 2013
Genuitec is currently seeking an experienced PhoneGap-Cordova Plugin Developer for immediate placement.
Please review the following Job Description or view the information on our Careers Page:
Seeking an HTML5 app (hybrid app) developer with strong experience implementing Cordova-PhoneGap plugins for Android and iOS and working with HTML5 mobile UI frameworks and browsers. Genuitec is expanding its tools team making this is an exciting ground-floor opportunity to create a new generation of mobile dev tools for the Eclipse and Visual Studio IDEs. Our team is globally distributed so no relocation is required. This is a 100 percent “work from home” opportunity.
- Must have strong English verbal and writing skills
- Reliable access to high-speed Internet
- Must be able to attend team meetings at GMT-6 (Dallas, TX)
- Ability to thrive in an agile and diverse team
- Highly self-motivated and effective when working remotely
- Expert knowledge in the following areas:
* Cordova-PhoneGap plugin architecture
* iOS Objective-C and Android Java SDK
* Knowledge of Windows 7 mobile, Win 8, Blackberry are a plus
Please send your resume and experience details to: employment@genuitec. com
Genuitec L.L.C. (www.genuitec.com) is an enterprise technology solutions company offering innovative Eclipse-based technology products, training, and consulting services. Genuitec L.L.C. was founded in 1997 and is headquartered in Dallas, Texas.
Wednesday, April 10th, 2013
Spring Cleaning is such a pain in the rear! It’s a timely, incredibly involved process where you discover you have things you never knew you had and things you’re embarrassed to admit that you STILL have! But inevitably it always ends with a sense of complete and utter satisfaction at all the clutter you’ve managed to clear out, everything you were able to organize, and for me is typically is accompanied with vows to NEVER try something like “that” again! Getting your Spring Cleaning done is a refreshing feeling of accomplishment, kind of like the euphoria we are feeling over the release of MyEclipse 2013!
MyEclipse 2013 has undergone some Spring Cleaning as well! We’ve gone through and cleared out some of the clutter, organized it’s capabilities into more user-friendly locations, and enhanced it’s features with mobility. You can view a full list of Delivery Changes in MyEclipse 2013 here.
MyEclipse 2013 is now Clutter-free!
MyEclipse 2013 has been cleared of much of it’s bulk with the removal of the Pulse Team features, the Configuration Center, and the Dashboard. The Pulse Team features, Team Sharing and Team Management options, have been pulled from this release for basic MyEclipse users, thus freeing up more space for some of the other more amazing capabilities of MyEclipse 2013 that you might actually use! For this release and for projected future releases, these functions will only be available in MyEclipse Secure Editions.
If you are needing a way (and many do) to share team profiles and projects or need assistance with license management and tracking, please be sure to check out MyEclipse Secure Edition which is supported by Secure Delivery Center (SDC).
Based on the feedback we’ve received from our users (that’s you!), we’ve lighted MyEclipse with the removal of the Configuration Center and the Dashboard, which by most accounts were not needed in the lesser versions of MyEclipse.
MyEclipse 2013 is now more intuitively organized!
Instead of having 2 separate locations from where you conquer your development world, we’ve simply added them to the Help tab where folks indicated they were looking for them anyway. Now from the Help tab you can Choose Components, Add items from Catalogs or Sites, Check for Updates, and access a wealth of Tips and Tricks. In addition, we’ve spent some time creating Icons to help you pinpoint various features and capabilities.
Circling back to our MyEclipse Secure users, you will notice the absence of the Pulse Catalog. It’s now the MyEclipse Secure Marketplace which offers the same features of Pulse, but enhances them with drag-n-drop technology as well as provides the benefit access to proprietary marketplaces.
We hope you’ll enjoy these improvements we’ve made to MyEclipse 2013. Our goal has always been to figure out the best ways we can aid you in your development processes, while taking some of the pain points associated with development out of those processes. We’re really excited about the changes and hope you’ll enjoy the more user-friendly environment of MyEclipse 2013.
Friday, April 5th, 2013
At Genuitec, we are committed to providing you with the best possible products. Part of this commitment means that the services we provide for these products, must also be above reproach. While Genuitec has always strived to meet this commitment to support, it’s always been an area where we clearly had room to grow.
On the heels of the release of MyEclipse 2013, we’re proud to announce the addition of Genuitec Support Services.
As developers, when your tools break down or hiccup, the panic sets in and solutions must immediately be found to get your systems back up and running. You need a solution and you need it fast! We’ve got you covered. Now with Genuitec’s Support Services you have more support options than ever before.
Genuitec Support will now be offered on 3 support levels: Standard, Advanced and Custom.
Our Standard Support is the same support that we’ve offered to you for years, providing you access to our online Support Forums where Genuitec technicians respond directly to your inquiries at no charge. These Forums are staffed by Genuitec technicians, we do not outsource. Thus, when you get a response, you’re getting one directly from a Genuitec Developer or Sales Team member. These Forums provide an online catalog of Genuitec Support, where in all likelihood, your question has already been asked and answered, ensuring that you have a plethora of information at your disposal.
The next level of Support Services are our Advanced Service Agreements. For this level of support, you gain access to our Support Forums with priority response times, collaborative web sessions, annual quality and optimization reviews to ensure you’re getting the most out of MyEclipse, and discounts on Custom Support Services. Advanced Service Agreement pricing is based on the number of existing MyEclipse Licenses you employ. A detailed pricing schedule can be found on our Support page.
Our Collaborative Web Sessions are designed to address product specific support or training concerns and connect you with one of our skilled technicians for up to 2 hours. Advanced Service Agreements include a fixed number of support sessions per quarter which can be scheduled within 72-hours of request.
If you’ve already renewed your subscriptions for this year, but are interested in getting a quote to add Support Services to your agreement, please email the friendly gals at email@example.com for a pro-rated quote. Please provide your Subscriber ID with your email to ensure you are quoted quickly and accurately.
In addition to the Standard and Advanced Support options, you can also opt for Customized Services. These customized sessions are a special blend custom designed for you, for your specific needs and time frames. If you’d like more information on these sessions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with detailed information on your specific concerns.
We are proud to extend these services to you and look forward to learning how we can serve you best.
Thursday, April 4th, 2013
We are ecstatic to announce that MyEclipse 2013 is now available for download! Click here to view the full Release Notes.
After much anticipation, we are happy to report that not only does MyEclipse 2013 possess a bevy of tooling updates, but also showcases some incredible Mobile Tools!
With the power of HTML5, you can now add audio, video, and API elements to your projects to create complex web applications for mobile devices (Android, iOs) and across Linux, Mac and PC desktops. You can even use our HTML5 Visual Designer to design incredible UIs.
In addition to the awesome Mobile Tool features, MyEclipse 2013 is configured, built and distributed using Genuitec’s Secure Delivery Center which provides for simplified adding and removing of different components from MyEclipse, as well as allowance for easy access and installation of software from several Eclipse marketplaces all from within MyEclipse.
MyEclipse 2013 also seeks to make your development a more seamless and less painful process by providing slick new migration and deployment wizards. The Deployment of applications is now transparently handled through the Deployment Assembly Wizard which tells you clearly which modules are out-of-sync and precisely indicates the deployment stages of your projects.
For our MyEclipse Blue users, the MyEclipse 2013 provides better-than-ever before Migration support for RAD projects. The new Migration Wizard allows you to check the status of your projects and utilize our one step process to make RAD projects compatible with your current version of MyEclipse.
Other improvements include the addition of Web Fragments support from project creation to deployment, expanded Eclipse library support, the inclusion of WindowBuilder Swing and SWT designers providing a more modern and robust designing environment, embedded Tomcat 7 server, TomEE server, updated embedded Derby server (now 10.9), and the latest 1.6 JDK – 1.6 update 43.
You can download MyEclipse 2013 for Standard, Professional, and Blue editions on our Download Page and gain access to a free 30-day trial. Support for Spring and Bling versions of MyEclipse 2013 will be available in a couple of weeks.
We look forward to hearing your feedback on this momentous release of MyEclipse.
Tuesday, March 5th, 2013
When a company releases a product, it’s a very vulnerable time. On one hand, you are filled with excitement and anticipation of the many options this new product has, the new technology embedded within. However, on the other hand, you find pure fear. What if the product is not received well and this project, that you’ve devoted the last year to building fails? Product releases are terrifying and exhilarating at the same time.
Every so often in the midst that vulnerability you have a customer who reaches out to you and professes their gratitude for your software that truly solidifies the goals and direction you envision for your product. This week we were honored to receive such a proclamation from an important customer who is using Secure Delivery Center [SDC] to manage their integration strategy and deliver software to development teams.
SDC is an incredible testament to the great minds at Genuitec, who have been able to create an amazing tool which can be used in so many different ways. Whether you are needing to manage hundreds or even thousands of installs, push out deliverables to your full team, package custom tooling for your projects, and send your software directly to your customer desktops, Genuitec’s Secure Delivery Center can do all this and more within a private cloud, with a simple click of a button.
YES, we do think very highly of our product. But – we’re not the only ones. Now we have the backing of a Fortune 50 company along with CERN (among others). Here’s what a well known Fortune 50 company had to say about SDC:
“Using SDC for continuous integration allowed us to catch this [start up problem] very quickly so we don’t have a lot of commits to weed through!”
- John from a Fortune 50 company
Don’t let your company get caught in the weeds – Check out Secure Delivery Center and see how we can assist you through your biggest software pain-points.
Thursday, January 10th, 2013
It’s 2013 and we hope everyone had a wonderful holiday season and new year – we sure did. Though true to form, we were working all along improving our software to meet client demands while enhancing existing technologies for better user experiences.
So without further ado and with great pride we welcome…
Secure Delivery Center 2013!
Briefly for our newer customers, SDC (used by CERN to manage their open source needs) is designed for the secure delivery of your Eclipse open source and MyEclipse IDEs behind your firewall. Manage software delivery, create marketplaces, control licensing, manage global tool configurations, enhance team readiness in a private cloud – and the best part, all this power is ready to use right now on your laptop. Here’s a thorough overview of SDC.
Try for free / Learn more about what’s new in SDC 2013
As a brief overview, SDC 2013 includes…
- DIGITAL SIGNATURES FOR INSTALLERS
- AUTO-INTEGRATION OF THIRD-PARTY LIBRARIES VIA ANT TASKS
- END-USER REVIEW OF IN-PRODUCT UPDATES
- EXPORT AND REPLACE PACKAGE WORKSPACE TASKS
- PUBLIC MARKETPLACE EXPOSURE TO END USERS
- EASILY CHANGE A PACKAGE TO A DIFFERENT MYECLIPSE PRODUCT
- ENABLE END USERS TO SWITCH TO A PACKAGE SNAPSHOT
- END-USER PACKAGE COMPONENT SELECTION
- IMPROVED LICENSE TRACKING
- END-USER UPGRADE OF PACKAGE COMPONENTS
- DEFAULT INTERVAL FOR CHECKING FOR UPDATES
- END-USER UPDATE INTERVAL PREFERENCE
- SUPPORT FOR DROPINS FOLDER
- RICHER NOTIFICATION SUPPORT
- OTHER UPDATES
So you made it to the end of the list. Still not convinced? Try out SDC for free by setting up your own team’s hub right on your machine. We’re convinced you’ll love it once you get your hands on it.
Some of the world’s most well-known companies use SDC for their development needs, you should check it out – it’s free for a trial period. If you like, please contact us: email@example.com
Friday, October 12th, 2012
Hey, we know a NEW! IMPROVED! AWESOME! WEBSITE! is not news. At least, it hasn’t been since 1999. But, our new site DOES have a few things you might want to utilize, including:
- Support as a top-level item – no more hunting around
- Easier-to-access product flavors
- Exposed top-level link to MyEclipse Secure, the easiest way to manage MyEclipse behind the firewall
- A revamp of our product “microsites”
- and much more, of course.
So, feel free to browse around and leave us some comments. We want to make the new site easier and more useful for you.
Oh, and our graphics guys tell us they still DO think a new website is news. But, they’re a different breed anyway.