Included in this release:
- Hot Reload
- REST Features
- Miscellaneous Key Fixes
With MyEclipse CI 14, you can now debug both modern Web applications and Node.js applications!
Node.js support allows you to debug against Node versions 0.10, 0.11 and 0.12, and all Java EE versions are supported, naturally.
Our launching shortcuts make it easy to initiate debugging and all Eclipse debugging features like Conditional breakpoints, Hit counters, Expressions view, etc., are available. Familiar commands such as Step Into, Drop to Frame and Skip All Breakpoints allow you to effectively control the debug process.
We all know time is money and Java EE developers waste countless hours waiting to redeploy or restart their application servers after making class changes.
With Hot Reload, when you make changes to classes in a deployed application, most changes will not require a server restart for those changes to be reflected and can be instantly viewed in your exploded deployment.
This time-saving feature is available in both normal and debug modes for Tomcat and WebLogic servers.
The new REST Inspect application allows you to discover, create and test endpoints. You can also save endpoints with different parameters to be used as test data for you and your team. Another way to benefit from REST Inspect is to use it as a “sandbox” to test remote web services included in your project.
The improved REST Explorer view now has a much more intuitive display of endpoints and is deployment aware as well. This view works with REST Inspect, allowing you to explore the endpoint further in REST Inspect or execute previously tested services directly from within MyEclipse.
We’ve also added a new editor for RAML files with validation support. A structured outline is provided for easy navigation, and both REST Inspect and the REST Explorer are RAML aware.