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Nataliya Muriy
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Posted on Sep 4th 2018

Continuous hard work on bringing you the best of MyEclipse has come to fruition: MyEclipse updates are here, with our newest release, CI 2018.9.0. Now there is support for newer Wildfly servers, and both compatibility with third party tooling like PDT and some bugs across the IDE have been fixed.

Wildfly 11, 12 and 13

These servers with new server connectors are now supported; this includes Java EE 8 support for Wildfly 12 and 13. Versions of WebSphere that did not have fix packs installed will no longer cause compatibility issues.

Webtools 3.10

The integrated version of Webtools also got an upgrade to the version released with Photon. You will no longer experience problems with compatibility when it comes to other plugins like PDT.

Java EE 8 Form Editors

Java EE 8 configuration files – web.xml, application.xml, and web-fragment.xml, among others – now have form based editors.

Theme Fixes

An IDE that does its work and also looks functional is a must for smooth development; therefore, we’ve also fixed some issues with theming. Now there will no longer be an impertinent dialog prompting a restart right after starting MyEclipse, or a native horizontal scrollbar that would show up together with the themed one (in some editors). In addition, changes in scaling will no longer cause issues.

For more details, please consult our MyEclipse CI Stream Delivery Log. Happy coding!


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