MyEclipse Blue 10.1 has smarter RAD migration, Java 7 and improved WebSphere archive support that highlight this product release.

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MyEclipse Blue Enterprise Edition for IBM WebSphere® developers is a replacement or an adjunct technology to IBM Rational® tools, but it has the distinction of frequent updates from the Open Source community plus proprietary technology that allows users an easy migration path away from burdensome IBM® tools to a lightweight, powerful solution.

Why is MyEclipse Blue replacing RAD in the enterprise? (Feature comparison link between RAD and Blue).

Not only does it work with existing RAD projects, but it is a lot less expensive (yet more powerful) and includes technologies such as ICEFaces 3.0, JCA, Java 7, EJB, HTML5, JPA 2.0, JSF 2.0, Eclipselink 2.1 and Apache's OpenJPA 2.0 release on top of the newest Eclipse release.

With faster builds and virtually no deployment time to WebSphere® with MyEclipse’s in-workspace deployment feature, developers are more productive and companies are saving millions of dollars on both hard and soft costs by switching to MyEclipse Blue.

MyEclipse Blue supports the latest build of WebSphere® Portal Server 7.0, WebSphere® 8, as well as WebSphere® 6.1 and 7. IBM's® popular DB2 series is supported with seamless database integration connectors on both Windows and Linux operating systems.

Subscriptions to MyEclipse Blue Editions are available annually for about US $160.

MyEclipse Blue Edition – the clear alternative to IBM Rational® - is available at:
http://www.myeclipseide.com/blue.php

MyEclipse Blue is free for a trial period. Free trial users and those with current subscriptions receive all upgrades and full support at no additional charge.

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