cmas_me_2014Now, we know that it's not quite Christmas yet, but sometimes there's a present nestled under the tree that's just too awesome to hold on to.

Introducing MyEclipse 2014, Your IDE for Java, Java EE 7 and Mobile development.

MyEclipse 2014 is now available for all MyEclipse builds and includes some tinsel-tossing worthy updates like enhanced REST Web Services, updated mobile tools, and even some new connectors. We've even made some enhancements based on MyEclipse user requests, like a bundle for JDK 1.7 support and color themes, to name a couple.

Now you can take your Mobile development to more fantastic avenues with a more simplistic reverse engineering experience. With the combined power of MyEclipse Mobile Tools, enhanced REST Web Services help you mobilize apps quicker than ever before.

For our WebSphere customers, we've added the goodness of the IBM Liberty Profile 8.5 connector, with with three new WebSphere editors, making it even easier to provision the features required by WAS applications.

For those of you wanting to add some personalization into your MyEclipse environment, you'll be pleased to know that we've added new color themes to our repertoire. Now you can change up your view to be just about any color of the rainbow!

MyEclipse 2014, built on the latest Eclipse Kepler (version 4.3.1), is available as a free 30-day trial or as free workbench upgrade for current subscribers. You can grab your free trial at the link below, or if you need to learn more about what MyEclipse can do for you at the Enterprise level, click the Demo button to schedule an insider look.







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Posted on Dec 3rd 2013