It’s been a fantastic week here at Genuitec with the release of GapDebug’s iOS 8 support and now we’ve got a fresh update for our MyEclipse users.

The MyEclipse 2015 Continuous Integration (CI) Stream 5 has a new update filled with Spring awesomeness, refreshed WebSphere Portal Servers, enhanced PhoneGap and more!

Grab your copy of MyEclipse 2015 CI 5 using the button below or check for updates within your CI install.

MyEclipse-buttonHere’s a look at what you’ll find swimming in the stream:

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Freshly released Spring 4.1 is now supported in MyEclipse 2015 CI 5. Now you can access libraries for the latest versions of Spring Web Flow 2.4.0 and Spring Security 3.2.5. Additionally, if you’re looking to add Spring configurations to your Maven projects, MyEclipse will now configure any dependencies correctly in your project’s pom.xml file. 


For IBM shops and our MyEclipse Blue CI 5 customers, we’ve updated support for WebSphere Portal Servers to include 6.1, 7, 8 and 8.5. Now you can seamlessly develop for WebSphere with the added benefit of MyEclipse's extensive technology libraries.

CoderLife Metrics Report

coderlife-reportFor those of you curious about your coding habits, our marketing team has added a nifty plugin to give you a quick glance at your coding week. This new report is accessible from the #CoderLife tab in the MyEclipse CI 5 Dashboard and will show you how much coding time you spend and in what areas of MyEclipse. 

Key Fixes for PhoneGap

Not a whole lot to say here, but trust us, building for PhoneGap will feel more fluid now. 

For more information on MyEclipse 2015 CI 5, please review the delivery log. We’ve added some great new features to make your development experience with MyEclipse IDE even more awesome.

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Posted on Sep 18th 2014