Genuitec Announces General Availability of Webclipse

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Ready for Full-Stack Eclipse Developers to power up their Eclipse IDEs

Webclipse Ships GA

Webclipse Released!

This GA release of Webclipse brings together very powerful technologies for the Web developer.

Genuitec, a leader in the Eclipse open source community, announces the general availability of Webclipse. Webclipse is a powerful plug-in for the Eclipse IDE providing enhanced capabilities to developers who need a full-stack coding experience. Departing from a traditional paid software model, Webclipse provides ongoing free usage for light monthly usage.

Webclipse started with tools intended to improve the modern coding experience such as a JavaScript Debugger and REST Inspect as their core features. Many other features have been added during the Early Adopter phase like Gerrit Workflow for Eclipse, Slack code sharing and Minimap, just to name a few.

“We are excited to release Webclipse to the developer community. Building on Eclipse provides us a broad market to target, while focusing on the fastest evolving technology segment -- the web technology stack,” said Tim Webb, Director of Innovation at Genuitec.

With JavaScript Debugger developers can seamlessly debug JavaScript, (X)HTML, JSP and Node.js files from Eclipse. Java EE applications launched from Eclipse are rendered in the Google Chrome browser for effortless debugging using the standard Eclipse Debugger interface.

Webclipse provides an easy way to develop RESTful web services in Eclipse with REST Inspect. This feature 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.

“This GA release of Webclipse brings together very powerful technologies for the Web developer - but I’m equally excited about what is coming next. The ability for us to round out web development in Eclipse is key given the growing requirements of developers moving between backend Java and web front-end stacks.” says Brian Fernandes, Product Manager for MyEclipse at Genuitec.

In addition to new tools being integrated in this general availability version, Genuitec introduces their new pricing plans. Genuitec continues to offer Webclipse as a free tool, built on a newly designed point system method where developers can use each and every tool for free up to a certain amount of points each month. Webclipse free edition gives access to Pro features capped at 500 each month. To keep Webclipse accessible, limits per feature are based around what a developer needs for a small to moderate size project.

Aside from the professional-grade features, tools like Slack for Eclipse, Gerrit Workflow for Eclipse, RAML/YAML Editor, and other power ups will continue being free with no usage limit.

Webclipse is available for individuals starting at $29 per year allowing unlimited usage of all Pro features and bonus add ons. A Commercial plan is also available for companies looking to roll out Webclipse to teams.

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Webclipse - bringing the Web to Eclipse.

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, Webclipse, Secure Delivery Center, and GapDebug product families with unique innovations and low subscription pricing.

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Genuitec, LLC
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