We are so excited about the new features and enhancements coming to MyEclipse 2013 that we just couldn’t keep it to ourselves any longer!

We are eager to share this release in just a few weeks that will include Web Fragment Support to simplify your development processes, new Java/EE wizards that will provide instant Maven support and assign EARS directly to your projects, a more structured look for our libraries with the added benefit of now having Eclipse Library Support and a surprise with mobile support.

For our MyEclipse Blue users, the MyEclipse 2013 release will provide better Migration support for RAD projects. With the new Migration view, you’ll be able to check the status of your projects and utilize our one step process to make RAD projects compatible with your current version of MyEclipse.

Check back with us soon for more release news!

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Posted on Jan 30th 2013