Today, we’re so proud to announce a series of key technologies new to MyEclipse. With our considerable understanding of developers and the vast array of software technologies that some use while others could care less, we tried focusing on a couple of different areas to ensure most of … Read More
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Find the Technologies You Need in One Java IDE
Get the best balance of popular technologies from all vendors. From Spring to Maven to REST web services, unify all development in a single Java IDE for Java EE & web development.
Develop with the Enterprise in Mind
Take advantage of the most needed Java EE technologies available in MyEclipse. If Enterprise development is your focus, know you have the power of current Java EE features on hand.
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With the evolving world of enterprise mobility, you need a tool flexible enough for cloud and mobile applications. Develop Java, cloud, and PhoneGap mobile apps, all in a single Java IDE for Java EE & web development.
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Use the Java IDE that contains the broadest array of app servers. Deploy to a range of application servers from WebSphere to Glassfish, WebLogic, Tomcat, and more.
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I hope this list of my favorite Eclipse shortcuts will help your workflow become more productive. The shortcuts are divided into the following areas: Navigation General Purpose Editing Java Editor Plug-in Development Workbench Navigation Switching between Open Editors Ctrl + E—Display a filterable list of open editors. Ctrl + … Read More
In previous articles, I’ve discussed how to create custom XML bindings and custom editing UI for an editor based on the great Eclipse Sapphire framework. Now let’s take a look at another aspect of editor UI creation, customizing standard actions like Add or Browse, or creating completely custom … Read More