*MyEclipse 7.5 M1: Delivering Master Class VisualVM Java Profiler Support and Visual SQL*

Milestone release fulfills commitment to users on visual design abilities and remote deployment

Flower Mound, TX -- Genuitec, LLC, maker of the popular MyEclipse integrated development environment and a founding and strategic member of the Eclipse Foundation, announced the initial milestone release of MyEclipse Enterprise Workbench 7.5. The new release series delivers extensive speed upgrades, incorporates the world's leading VisualVM Java Profiler, Remote Websphere Deployment, a Visual SQL Query Builder, ICEfaces 1.8 support and an upgrade to MyEclipse's Visual Designers.

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"The MyEclipse 7.5 release series represents a fulfillment of our promise to users to deliver on some of their most-requested features - including faster performance," said Wayne Parrott, vice president of product development for Genuitec. "We are also confident that Genuitec now offers the world's best Java Profiler support, and we are also excited about many enhancements to Blue Edition that enrich the application development experience."

With VisualVM profiler support, users will enjoy design preference pages that allow the configuration of the VisualVM and integrated UI flows; including previously NetBeans-only profiling options. Additionally, the MyEclipse team has added many features not available in the standalone VisualVM Eclipse plugin.

"The Java Profiler is a popularly-requested feature by MyEclipse users, and I'm excited to deliver on our commitment to being a customer-driven organization," said Riyad Kalla, product manager for Genuitec. "And, for anyone who works with SQL, you are in for a treat with the MyEclipse Visual Query Builder."

Unmatched in the industry, the new MyEclipse Visual SQL Query Builder connector delivers complex SQL queries with an unparalleled, intuitive visual query building interface.

For MyEclipse 7.5 M1 Blue Edition users, Remote Websphere Deployment is now included for WAS 6 and WAS 7 (including debugging). Also included are deployment over HTTP and HTTPS, and support importing the SSL certificates from the HTTPS connection.

Other key features include ICEfaces 1.8 tooling enhancements, Visual Web Designer and XUL runner upgrades.

MyEclipse 7.5 M1 is delivered on top of the Pulse Eclipse Management Platform, which allows users to efficiently customize and maintain their MyEclipse environments both at the individual and corporate level. Subscriptions to MyEclipse are available annually for about $30, $50 or $150 for the Standard, Professional and Blue editions.

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Posted on May 26th 2009