You use iTunes to get your music. Use Pulse to get your Eclipse plug-ins.

Get on the Pulse bandwagon and configure your Eclipse plug-ins as easily as grabbing a song from iTunes.

Pulse 2.2 takes the headache out of synchronizing tool suites by allowing you to simply drag-and-drop various tools of your choice into your profile and share them with your teammates as seen in this screen-shot:

 

Pulse 2.2 is not only a great option for adding tools to a profile and sharing them, it also is the easiest, fastest and smartest way to get Eclipse Ganymede.

Try Pulse 2.2 for yourself - for free.

Allison, Genuitec, LLC 

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Posted on Aug 5th 2008