MyEclipse 2014 has been out for just over a month now and we're excited to hear that many of you are adopting the new workbench.

The new workbench was specifically designed to coincide with the richer functionality of Java EE 7 while bringing you a higher productivity and a deeper integration of HTML5 into your development.

For MyEclipse 2014, we've made your adoption of Java EE 7 as simple as possible by providing you with ready-to-go libraries and wizards enabled for the new JEE standards.

What Can You Expect to See?

The MyEclipse 2014 integration of Java EE 7 is helping give this new workbench an extra-boost of power and productivity. You will now be able to pull in open source tooling, Eclipse plug-ins and custom applications into MyEclipse 2014 and simply add Java EE 7 support to those applications, while at the same time harnessing those benefits of MyEclipse tools that give you the opportunity to code once and for all with rapid-prototyping and design capabilities.

Additionally, MyEclipse 2014 will help bridge the gap between modern web and mobile app development with core technologies for Java developers, offering you a modern application development platform that is integrated with Java EE 7 supported tools like JSON, Ajax, HTML5, and Websockets. By including support for Java EE 7, MyEclipse 2014 helps connect you with back end development and services for HTML5 and JSF that are ready out-of-the-box.

Interested in learning more about why Java EE 7 is important? Watch this quick video to get the scoop!

If you haven’t updated to the new workbench, you can download it here or click the red button above. All current MyEclipse subscribers can update to the MyEclipse 2014 workbench at no cost and those of you whom are simply curious about all this “supposed” goodness, can download the workbench and instantly take advantage of a free 30-day trial.

About Genuitec.

To learn more about how we can help you on an individual, group, or enterprise level, please take a few moments to setup a demo or review our full product suite. Genuitec follows a “cloud-first” strategy and has out-of-the-box solutions available for delivery and management to help you (and your team) keep the focus squarely on development.

Want to learn more about us? Check out this helpful links.
- Get to Know Genuitec (Video)
- Moving Eclipse To the Cloud (Video)
- What Kind of Support Is Available?
- Discover Instant Delivery & Management for Eclipse (Video)

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Posted on Jan 15th 2014