We're pleased to announce the first milestone release of MyEclipse Enterprise Workbench 9.0. In addition to feature upgrades, the newest release is built to support enterprises that have migrated to the recent Eclipse Helios (3.6) platform.

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Additionally in this release, you'll find enhancements to Struts 2 with highly-improved diagram support, making the process of creating applications even easier through visible representation. If you use Microsoft Windows you can now build applications with Windows 64-bit support bringing richer functionality to your software.

Other recent enhancements to MyEclipse include the world's first remote, real-time Internet Explorer JavaScript debugger, WTP project support built-in, a standalone Java profiler, UML 2 upgrades, and a Visual SQL Builder among many other tools.

So give it a whirl for a free 30-day trial period.

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Posted on Oct 14th 2010