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Anabella Watson
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angular4-iconEarlier this year we were really excited about being able to provide you with initial support for Angular 2. Well, now with this release you also get tooling support for Angular 4. Not only that, but we wanted to make sure you were able to update simply to Angular 4 — with a one-click flow that does most of the steps for you. Once you are all set, you will be able to go from creating a new project to deployment, debugging and more. Check how we help making your coding a breeze with Angular. Read more about our Angular support in our delivery logs.


typescriptTo further increase productivity, this Stable release of MyEclipse offers full support for TypeScript 2.1. With it, new types, constructs, support for tslib, and also configuration inheritance (which makes it easier to develop against multiple targets) are included. Moving from TypeScript 2.1, its TypeScript support goes on to provide initial support for TypeScript 2.2 as well. Editor enhancements, Import Support for TypeScript symbols and TSLint integration form part of this Stable release and TypeScript enhancement. Read more about our TypeScript support in our delivery logs.


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Stable also introduces “Darkest Dark Theme”. Now you can get a truly dark theme with an impressive UI, across all operating systems. The theme uses icons that are specially designed for a dark background, giving MyEclipse a refreshingly new, cool look.  You can easily turn on the theme, and customize colors from your preferences. It even works to intelligently improve the appearance of third party plugins, even when they have not included special settings for dark themes.

Download MyEclipse Stable 1.0 HERE

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Posted on Apr 10th 2017