Genuitec now includes the Java EE 7 platform from Oracle (News - Alert) into Genuitec’s MyEclipse 2014 workbench. Programmers can seamlessly incorporate Java EE 7 into their project and then easily deploy the application to Glassfish 4, Tomcat 8 and Wildfly 8.x, the popular server platforms MyEclipse 2014 already supports.
In a release, Brian Fernandez, product manager for MyEclipse at Genuitec, said, “MyEclipse 2014 was specifically designed to coincide with the richer functionality of Java EE 7, while bringing higher productivity and a deeper integration of HTML5 into your development. Now customers can use Java EE 7 enabled mobile tools offered in MyEclipse 2014 to push productivity further and write cross-platform HTML5 apps.”
The programmers can add Java EE 7 support to open-source tooling, custom applications and Eclipse plug-ins in MyEclipse 2014, by leveraging the integrated prototyping and designing features. MyEclipse 2014 efficiently integrates the advanced Web and mobile app development technologies, allowing Java developers to use an efficient application development framework. The platform also integrates other Java EE 7 supported tools such as Ajax, Websockets, Jason and HTML5.
Edited by Rachel Ramsey