It's been quiet on the blog but we've been busy this year with updates and enhancements coming to all our product lines.

Users of MyEclipse can expect to see exciting upgrades in the next few weeks with the inclusion of Java EE 6, HTML5 and JPA 2.0, among many other cool features - especially for the Blue product line.

MobiOne has planned Android support in Q1/Q2, giving it the power of a true cross-platform mobile development technology (for non-developers though!).

And, companies needing a one-stop software delivery solution will be thrilled when we announce our OneInstall technology at the end of January. That's all we can say now, but be prepared for the next round of exciting updates and product announcements coming soon!

Cheers!

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