Thursday Jun 14, 2007

MyEclipse 5.5 with Java EE 5 Support (starting with GlassFish v2)

MyEclipse Enterprise Workbench 5.5 was recently announced by Genuitec. It features GlassFish v2 support with Start/Stop/Deploy/Undeploy from within the IDE. It also has exploded deployments and Hot-Sync debugging.

Genuitec was present at GlassFish Day a few weeks back in this partner presentation. There is also a screencast to get a feel of what's being made available. Note that MyEclipse is subscription-based: $30-$50/year/developer.

Thursday May 31, 2007

GlassFish v2 and MyEclipse 5.5 and Eclipse 3.3

Eclipse Europa

NetBeans is a good friend but many GlassFish users use Eclipse and Ludo has two good news for them.

MyEclipse has released 5.5 GA which includes support for GlassFish v2. MyEclipse 5.5 is based on Eclipse 3.2; Eclipse 3.3 (Europa) should be out in June and I'd expect a companion MyEclipse release but Ludo is also upgrading his (simpler) Eclipse Plugin.

Check Ludo's blog entry and stay tuned for more details.

Tuesday Oct 03, 2006

GlassFish and Tools - Visual Pack, NetBeans, IDEA, Hudson, YourKit

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Multiple news about GlassFish and Tools. First, we have a new tool supporting GlassFish: IDEA joins NetBeans and MyEclipse; check this TSS thread and the New Features.

On the NetBeans front, Tor reports on the Build Monitor Plug-in that includes Hudson Support. Then a bunch of bloggers (Roman, Alexis, Ruth) talk about the upcoming Visual Pack for NetBeans, which will make the visual editing features in JavaStudio Creator available in NetBeans... and available to GlassFish.

Finally, YourKit, the profiler tool, has improved support for GlassFish within NetBeans.