Much ado has been made recently about the release of the new Force.com IDE from Salesforce.com. The IDE, as has been discussed, 'provides developers with tools to customize, integrate and build cloud computing applications on the Force.com platform,' according to the company's press release.

That's great news, and congratulations to the Force.com team! But now, how to use it?

You have two options for taking advantage of this popular release:


Be sure you are using the Eclipse Europa catalog...


Then just hit the green 'run' button.

That's it! With Pulse you can take advantage of everything Force.com's IDE has to offer, without the hassle and fuss.

Once more, Pulse proves it's the fastest and easiest way to locate, install and manage Eclipse technologies. And as always, it's FREE for individual use.

Congratulations again to the Salesforce.com team. Happy developing!

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Posted on Mar 27th 2009