Today we’re releasing a beautiful upgrade to our Secure Delivery Center Cloud Connect technology; with a beautiful UI, it’s designed to kick your Eclipse Java development to the cloud faster while letting you share your custom IDE using social channels like Twitter for usage and verification. You can also opt to create private log-ins in lieu of using your established social accounts.
Once you’ve kicked your Eclipse Java over to the cloud, your setup is saved and you can begin using our beautiful point-and-click usability to share your Eclipse Java IDE and/or plugins; use it on other systems, and get your Eclipse packages on-ramped faster than ever before.
Check out this video to see how Genuitec has engineered the newest, yet simplest method for Eclipse Java development:
Cloud Connect puts the focus squarely on giving Eclipse Java developers simplicity. Now you can download Eclipse (even 4.3.1) from the portal already tailored for your teams instead of having to start from scratch at Eclipse.org. The updated Cloud Connect portal gives developers the awesome ability to access their Eclipse Java IDE from anywhere, backup established configurations, and share configurations immediately with team members from the cloud.
With Cloud Connect there’s no more need for pesky team wiki pages or passed-around zip files that you hope have the latest configuration stored on them (what a waste of time, BTW). Cloud Connect ensures you have an instant way to roll-out tools and updates to your full team. With easy incremental update abilities users can also make the changes they need locally and synchronize them over the cloud to keep their teams on the same page.
Discover Cloud Connect.
Cloud Connect is social tool that lets you earn credits for sharing how you use it. The more you share, the more access you get to the latest in cloud development tools. Learn how you can take advantage of simplicity and ultimate synchronization for your team’s Eclipse development.
Thousands of developers around the world choose MyEclipse as their preferred Eclipse IDE over well-known development tools like IBM Rational and Eclipse Java.
Why? It’s simple. MyEclipse offers developers a rich set of features that go above and beyond the Eclipse Java EE to facilitate rapid design and development in an affordable package. In addition, all versions of MyEclipse support over 50 application servers, including the latest WebSphere, WebLogic, and JBoss servers.
Yes, Eclipse is free (like beer) and MyEclipse is not. We know. We’re founding members of the Eclipse Foundation and created MyEclipse to be a better Eclipse for the enterprise.
MyEclipse instantly adds value to the work you do since you’re definitely spending more than $32 worth of time to manually achieve what’s already built into MyEclipse. In fact, by switching over to our MyEclipse Professional version, you can save over $95 per user and still have a ton of great features you won’t find in base Eclipse.
Our customers find our features unmatched and enjoy the easy on-ramping brought on with MyEclipse. With one-click Maven integration, cross-platform HTML5 Mobile Tools and extensive built-in plug-in libraries (to name only a few of our features), the MyEclipse platform offers Eclipse Java Developers tools to take their development to the next level.
To learn more about the value-add features of MyEclipse, check out this video on the many benefits of developing with the MyEclipse IDE.
The Eclipse Foundation released the first update to Eclipse Kepler over the weekend, Eclipse 4.3.1. While the release process was nearly-silent on the Foundation’s side of marketing, there are some key features that Eclipse Java Developers will find very helpful.
- Eclipse Git Team Provider (EGit)
- Eclipse Java Development Tools
- Eclipse Plug-in Development Environment
Bonus – A reported 112 bug fixes have also been included
So what do we do exceptionally well at Genuitec? Software delivery of course. Here are 3 lightning fast ways to update your Eclipse – including our brand new cloud delivery system:
Grab the installer directly from the cloud using Cloud Connect! Get 4.3.1 Instantly.
Get a secured version delivered behind your firewall with SDC Private Cloud. Get it Secure.
Or you can take advantage of the fastest download time available, download Eclipse directly from Genuitec. Install from Genuitec.
Do you like the speed and comprehensiveness of our installers? If so, get a demo from our engineers showing you the power of Secure Delivery Center.
We’re proud to (finally) introduce the inclusion of Mobile Tools into our Spring and Bling Workbenches, allowing enterprise Java developers access to HTML5 and PhoneGap/Cordova tools for their legacy and new apps.
New MyEclipse 2013 for Spring and Bling takes your enterprise apps to the next level. Grab the Spring workbench if you’re interested in adding Spring Scaffolding and Bootstrapping to your projects. Or, for WebSphere developers looking for an adventure, try MyEclipse Bling which perfectly blends your WAS skills with Spring capabilities.
Download your copy today!
Now with the Spring and Bling workbenches, you can take advantage of Genuitec’s Mobile Tools – 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. Utilize our sleek HTML5 Visual Designer, allowing you to layout your app visually while Mobile Tools codes your cross-platform design on the back end.
Capitalize further on rapid design and prototyping, with new User template support to create custom app templates for your team and new Mobile Web Simulator with hot-synch technology to showcase image and styling changes instantly to your design.
Take advantage of our one-click technologies with the newly enhanced Maven integration (Learn more about Maven for MyEclipse) and Migration support for RAD projects making RAD projects compatible with your current version of MyEclipse in one easy click.
There’s plenty of updated features for you to take advantage of and make your app development experience better than ever. Of mention:
- Web Fragments support from project creation to deployment
- expanded Eclipse library support
- WindowBuilder Swing and SWT designers
- embedded Tomcat 7 server and TomEE server
- updated embedded Derby server (now 10.9)
- the latest 1.6 JDK – 1.6 update 43
- WebSphere Portal Server 8.0 support
Schedule a demo with us today and learn how we can make adding Mobility to your Eclipse Java apps smoother and faster than ever before.
Feel like playing in our Sandbox? Download a free 30-day trial now.
Service release 2 for MyEclipse 2013 is now available and can be updated from directly within your current ME2013 install or manually installed from our download page. SR2 can also be obtained through our hottest, new technology SDC Cloud Connect. It lets you set up and rollout approved software packs directly to your team over the cloud. That’s right – use our cloud for team synchronization and delivery – it’s cool.
SR2 will provide users with multiple updates, bug fixes, and a sprinkle of features new to ME2013.
SR2 is taking Enterprise Java tools to higher heights with the expansion of our HTML5 Mobile Tools. Now, take advantage of rapid prototyping and design with jQuery Mobile Palette to eliminate the need for coding jQuery by hand and create your own shareable design templates with the new User Template support. Use our HTML5 Mobile Tools and jQuery Mobile Palette in conjunction with the Mobile Web Simulator, to speed up the development process by allowing for instant visual adjustments of image and styling designs.
Specifically for our MyEclipse Blue users, WebSphere Portal Server 8 support has been added.
If you’ve not yet migrated to ME2013, what’s the hold-up? Give our Mobile Tools and improved IDE a try – in fact, you can grab 30 days of free trial simply by downloading the installer! What have you got to lose by giving the newer, sleek MyEclipse 2013 build a try? You certainly have a lot to gain!
Today, blogger Ben Podgursky, took to the webs to share his findings compiled from research on GitHub, in a demographic report listing 20+ of the most used programming languages along side with the average yearly income for developers using that language. You can read the full blog from Mr. Podgursky here.
The Java programming language nabbed the #3 slot for top earnings, with an average salary coming in at $103,179.39, a solid $15K over the lowest reported language, Puppet. Java landing in the top 3 is no real surprise, if you consider the fact that “Java and ActionScript are used heavily in enterprise software, and enterprise software is certainly known to pay well.” Java has for a long time running been one of the most highly used programming languages, due to the level of complexity, flexibility, and amount of support available for it.
For most Java developers, utilizing Java programming within an IDE is of great benefit as it allows you to tap into the Java ecosystem at a higher level, code at a faster pace with an IDE’s ability to “auto-complete.”
Earlier this year I blogged on the top 10 IT skills for 2013 (read: “We’ve Got Skills!“), of which, MyEclipse 2013 puts 6 of the listed 10 skills directly into the hands of developers. Combined with this new report of Java being a top earning programming language, I’d say it’s about time you gave MyEclipse 2013 a try, wouldn’t you?
If you’d like to learn more about how MyEclipse 2013 can help you become a top earning developer, click below to request a demo.
About the Blogger:
Iris is the Social Media & Public Relations Coordinator for Genuitec, where she has been in employ since 2010. She is a wife and mother, an avid reader, a movie junkie and enjoys organizing to excess.
With the release of MyEclipse 2013, Genuitec has had the opportunity to offer developers around the world some of the the most incredible updates to our IDE in years. BUT – we didn’t just stop at giving you mobile tools that allow you to develop cross-platform complex applications. No siree! Now, we’re giving you the power to integrate Maven tooling with one-click, letting you amp up your projects quickly!
This new, expanded Maven support will allow you to add Maven capabilities to new and existing Java, EJB, Web, and EAR projects that can be managed from within your MyEclipse IDE.
All new Maven for MyEclipse now provides:
- One-click integration
- Easy POM Editing
- Automation for the Addition of Dependencies
- Simply Import of Existing Maven Projects into MyEclipse
- Customizable Maven Project Structure
- EAR Project Support
Want to see it in action? Or learn more about our new Maven capabilities? Click the above button to watch a video introducing these latest updates to MyEclipse 2013.
CERN’s chat at EclipseCon France has garnered major interest from fellow Eclipse users.
We’re stoked to have a copy of their session from the conference, where CERN shares how they are managing the delivery of Eclipse throughout their organization.
You can view the recorded session by clicking here, however, for your convenience, we’ve also embedded it for you below to mull over it during any breaks in your day!
To learn about the technology they’re using to standardize Eclipse on the Large Hadron Collider, click here.
Genuitec’s Secure Delivery Center (SDC) gained some incredible buzz today during a session with CERN at EclipseCon France.
We’ve mentioned in previous blogs how CERN adopted SDC to facilitate rapid tooling support and ensure standardization of tooling used to create programs to communication with their Large Hadron Collider [LHC]. You can learn more specifics on their adoption of SDC in our CERN case study.
Now, we’re following up their adoption story with feedback received from CERN’s session at EclipseCon France.
Today, CERN shared with attendees key details on how they are using SDC to solve their unique software management concerns. Thus, providing a great foundation on how others can use SDC to manage Eclipse installs, open source software and proprietary software.
We’re beyond thrilled with the reception and intrigue over SDC that has arisen from this session and look forward to talking with more of you how we can help you with your unique software delivery needs as well.
Here are some great tweets found trending the web on CERN’s session:
Let’s cut to the chase. RCP delivery is messy work that often requires you to become a build & release manager overnight. Why waste time doing it yourself? Check out this 30 minute video showcasing our Secure Delivery Center (SDC) SR2 update with visual RCP delivery, done right.
Also, here’ the slide deck used for you to mull over what SDC is all about.
Here’s the feature list in our newest update:
- Visual discovery of your RCP
- Your RCP – no changes needed
- UI & API for updates (your choice!)
- Native installers
- Network partitioning
- High availability
- Ricer proximity capability
Workspaces on Steroids
- Git project set imports
- Managed target platforms
- Auxiliary file enhancements
- Check for updates on start up
- Force restarts after updates
- Custom updates via APIs
- Automate package updates
- Even more Ant options
Easier Custom Packs
- Deliver your app on SDC
- SDC as a platform
- Compatibility with Eclipse 4.3 Kepler
- Murdered 200 bugs
- Performance enhancements
Want to learn more? Email us for a custom demo of how SDC can make your life easier (there’s literally 1 zillion use cases for SDC): info//at//genuitec//dot//com
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