Released today is MyEclipse 10.6, the latest enhancement to the MyEclipse IDE.

We've added overall improvements to Hibernate 4.1, and enhanced the editors also we  included better project support for MyEclipse Blue (Blue is for IBM WebSphere developers).

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With MyEclipse Blue we’ll continue to support application development on WebSphere 6.1 (IBM is dropping support), while giving you the time you need to switch to WebSphere 7, 8 or now 8.5.

The newest release of MyEclipse is built on the Eclipse Indigo (3.7.2) project whereby customers will enjoy faster project builds and a wealth of plug-ins for just about any application development need.

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Posted on Jul 31st 2012