We're pleased to announce the availability of MyEclipse Enterprise Workbench 9.0 milestone 2. This release is built to support the most advanced Web developer technology, HTML5, so that developers can create rich Web applications with ease.

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You'll also find the new MyEclipse IDE  incorporates the simplest, yet most advanced Java EE 6 technology with an emphasis on extensibility, profiles, and pruning. And, by including JPA 2.0, users get extended mapping support, derived identifiers, nested embedding and much more. Support in M2 for JSF 2.0, EclipseLink 2.1 and Apache’s OpenJPA 2.0 is also included.

So try it out today and let us know what you think!

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Posted on Jan 31st 2011