MyEclipse 2015 Updated with Tern.js, Ionic, and More for Java EE Developers

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Genuitec has released the latest 2015 update, MyEclipse 2015 Stable 2.0. While the newest feature set focuses on web and mobile development, the core Java EE features of MyEclipse continue to be maintained and improved.

MyEclipse Stable 2.0

We want to give the enterprise developer tools relevant to any project, whether it’s a traditional Java EE desktop application, web front or back-end, or mobile project.

In keeping with Genuitec’s recognition of the importance of JavaScript to web-based front-end development, MyEclipse 2015 Stable 2.0 widens technology and productivity possibilities with the integration of Tern.js. This means developers can take advantage of a long list of JavaScript frameworks such as AngularJS, jQuery, Dojo & RequireJS. JavaScript code analysis performance has been improved and is configurable; completion guess and completion string capabilities along with ECMAScript 6 Promise support make code assist even more effective.

To further increase productivity, the integration of Emmet decreases the amount of time required to type HTML, CSS, and XML by allowing coders to type short expressions that are then parsed and expanded. The breadth of capabilities allow enterprise developers to tackle the variety of development requirements of their organization.

2015 Stable 2.0 is based on the newer Eclipse Luna SR 2 (4.4.2) release and includes updates to popular tooling such as EGit and Mylyn.

With the Ionic framework gaining popularity for web and mobile UI development, Genuitec has made access to this technology easier by offering Ionic templates as a starting point for PhoneGap mobile apps. In addition, an Ionic widget palette has found a place beside the JQuery palette in the MyEclipse web designer. The drag and drop function of the palette simplifies addition of Ionic, JQuery, HTML and other UI elements.

Genuitec is always working to maintain high quality and efficiency in the area of Java EE development, the backbone of MyEclipse. The 2015 Stable 2.0 improvements specific to enterprise development include a new SOAP protocol for all WebSphere connectors, in-workspace deployment mode fixes, and Tomcat application server deployment configuration improvements. A new Minimap view helps developers navigate large source code files and is available for all source code editors such as Java, JavaScript, HTML, and XML.

“With so much focus on web applications in the industry, we want to ensure our web development tools allow for efficiency and flexibility,” stated Brian Fernandes, product manager for MyEclipse at Genuitec. “We want to give the enterprise developer tools relevant to any project, whether it’s a traditional Java EE desktop application, web front or back-end, or mobile project.”

To purchase MyEclipse 2015 Stable 2.0 and learn more about all the exciting features MyEclipse 2015 Stable 2.0 has to offer, visit:

Questions? Genuitec's lead MyEclipse developers will be online ready to answer your questions about MyEclipse 2015 Stable 2.0 during a live Twitter Chat, Tuesday, June 2nd, 10am New York / 4pm Germany. #GenuitecChat

About Genuitec:
Started in 1997 and counting over 16,000 companies in 191 countries as customers, Genuitec is a leader in the Eclipse open source community. As a founding member of the Eclipse Foundation, Genuitec has actively participated in strategy, development, and direction for the organization.

Today, Genuitec supports one of the largest developer communities for commercial Eclipse tools. Customers benefit from Genuitec’s ongoing commitment to open standards and to the continual enhancement of the MyEclipse, Secure Delivery Center, and Mobile Tools product families with unique innovations and low subscription pricing.

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