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Anabella Watson
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me-2017-ready

Today is a very exciting day at Genuitec! As we speak, we are just unveiling
MyEclipse 2017! This is the first release of what’s going to be an amazing year of new functionality for the MyEclipse (and Webclipse) customer base. This release represents our best way to start off the year right. Yes, we are based on Neon. Yes, MyEclipse 2017 also comes with this great Angular IDE based on Angular 2 that will blow your mind, but we are way more than that.

Added to MyEclipse over the last year was this incredible line of features that were widely used and loved. This year’s release comes with great updates to many of them!

A little about what’s new:

  • Eclipse Neon: Based on Eclipse Neon 1 (4.6.1) includes capabilities like improved startup performance, visual enhancements, High DPI displays and the ability to auto-save your files.
  • Angular 2 Support: Includes but not limited to capabilities like Angular 2 Quickstart. Downloads everything from Node to Angular CLI for you, automatically. Angular 2 HTML Template Intelligence will let you know if you’ve mistyped an Angular element or attribute. Also auto-complete support will help greatly by providing suggestions for Angular tags, attributes and even expressions. 
  • Last but not least Angular 2 Deployment & Debugging is included as well. Read more about Angular 2 Support Here.

Improved TypeScript support, Embedded Tomcat Server, UI Reorganization and more. Here, check the whole list!
This new line of exciting features and what is coming in the upcoming year makes us already want to be in 2018.

Cheers, to a great year of accomplished coding resolutions!
Check the delivery log for more details of each release in the MyEclipse 2017

Release available now for download! Go ahead and check it out!

Download MyEclipse HERE

 

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Posted on Jan 4th 2017