Genuitec's Blog: June, 2012

MIT Museum & MobiOne, wow!

Posted on Jun 26th 2012
Update: Development of MobiOne has been discontinued. Read the End of Life Notice for more information. Thanks to the folks at Mobile Monday Boston for hosting the 2012 MIT Museum Showcase event last night in Cambridge, Mass.  We learned that 450 people showed up, and it feels like we talked … Read More

Watch: Eclipse Juno Delivered on Day One with Newest Eclipse Delivery and Management Technology, Secure Delivery Center 2012

Posted on Jun 25th 2012
Webinar on Tuesday, June 26 at 12:00 P.M. EDT. All Eclipse developers must migrate to Eclipse Juno as the Eclipse 4 release presents a significant re-write of the Eclipse user interface foundation. When tasked with developing new, unique developer tool stacks consider Genuitec’s open source management technology, Secure … Read More

Join MobiOne for “A Night at The MIT Museum” Hosted by Mobile Monday Boston

Posted on Jun 22nd 2012
Update: Development of MobiOne has been discontinued. Read the End of Life Notice for more information. If you’re in New England come on over and share an exciting and unique conference space with the MobiOne team and 40 other mobile vendors at Mobile Monday Boston’s “MIT Museum Showcase … Read More

Video: Watch Native Android and iOS Apps Built in Minutes with MobiOne – A WYSIWYG Visual Designer

Posted on Jun 21st 2012
Update: Development of MobiOne has been discontinued. Read the End of Life Notice for more information. We’ll keep this short, folks. At the link is a replay of a webinar Genuitec did last week showcasing its mobile IDE, MobiOne. In it, viewers will learn how to use MobiOne to … Read More

New MyEclipse 10.5 – Enterprise Server Migration Without The Tools Headache

Posted on Jun 19th 2012
Good news! Get your new version of MyEclipse Enterprise Workbench 10.5, with the popular “Blue Edition” focusing on the needs of IBM WebSphere developers. The newest release includes support for IBM WebSphere Application Server 8.5. Try for free / Learn more We’ve spent quite a bit of time … Read More
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