Modern Web Development

Modern web development simplified

Modern Technologies

Our Angular IDE makes it easy to create complex front ends with the latest technologies like Angular 2 and Typescript. Available as a stand-alone IDE or as part of our Webclipse plugin for Eclipse or our MyEclipse IDE for the full stack developer.

Trusted Enterprise Tools

We haven’t forgotten other popular technologies in the enterprise. MyEclipse includes all the full stack developer needs for both the back end and front end, including Spring, JSF, and more.  And when it’s time to test and debug your application, we simplify the process.

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Whether you just need a dynamic front end or a complete enterprise web app with a powerful back end, Genuitec has the solution. And it’s free to try! 

Front-End Development

Our Angular IDE includes impressive support for Angular 2 and Typescript, allowing you to easily create dynamic web front ends. For the full stack developer, MyEclipse also includes technologies important to many enterprises, such as Spring, JSF, Ionic, and JQuery to name a few. In addition, MyEclipse includes visual editors that simplify coding and configuration.


With JSjet, you can create modern JavaScript and Typescript code from within your IDE. Quickly code with exceptional content assist. Visualize code with syntax highlighting, call and type hierarchies, and so much more! Code with confidence knowing JSjet gives you instant code validation, linters, source refactoring and an integrated debugger that delivers the power and familiarity of the Java debugger.


CodeLive brings efficiency to web development. Quickly see which files are used to load a page and easily navigate between the source and the browser. Changes made to the source are immediately reflected in the browser—you can even view your changes in multiple browsers at once and use a mobile simulator to test your mobile apps.

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Module Management

With so many technologies available for today’s modern web developer, it’s nice to get a little help. The integrated JavaScript modules in MyEclipse provide you with module-specific code assist for the technologies you choose to use in your project. And if you use TypeScript, our node module management automatically installs npm for you and gives module-aware content assist to speed the development process.

Back-End Development for Enterprise Web Apps

Get a modern front end created with the latest technologies and a powerful back end all from a single IDE—MyEclipse. We make it simple to get your project rolling with Java EE wizards and built-in libraries, and then integrate technologies such as web fragments, EJB, REST web services, and hibernate. Testing is a breeze with support for a wide range of application servers, including integrated Tomcat and Derby servers.

Fast and Simple Tool Stack Delivery

Don’t stall out development when setting up your IDE, waiting for gigabytes to download before even starting tool stack configuration. Deliver your streamlined Eclipse or MyEclipse securely to your web teams with minimal effort. Centrally manage licenses, updates, rollouts and standardization—saving time and  money. Secure Delivery Center makes it easy to deliver the right tools at the right time from behind the firewall for peace of mind. 

Centrally Managed

Team leads managing the development environment need to address the array of requests from their teams. Leveraging SDC makes it simple for a single administrator to create advanced configurations with minimal effort.

Quick On-Ramping

Engineers joining companies, moving between teams, or starting to develop the next major release of your product must prepare their development environment. SDC facilitates on-ramping in minutes by providing the right tool stack ready to use.

Keep Teams in Sync

SDC allows engineers to stay up to date with the latest setup for development, making it easy for the team lead to ensure everyone on the team has the same tools & configuration.

Tutorial Sneak Peek

Create a Web Fragment Project in MyEclipse

The web fragment you create will be included in a new dynamic Web application, which you will create along with the Web Fragment project.

      1. Select File>New>Project, select Web Fragment Project, and click Next.
      2. Type webFrag into the Project name field.
      3. Accept the default target runtime, or select the runtime for your deployment server.
      4. Select the Add project to a Dynamic Web project checkbox, and click New to create a host Web project.
        Note: This tutorial uses the default JavaEE 6 version; however, JavaEE 7 is an available option when creating new projects.

        Creating a new Web Fragment project
      5.  Type webProj in the Name field, and click Finish to create the Web project.
      6. Click Finish to complete the Web Fragment project.
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    Using Web Fragments with Web Projects