J2EE development at ease with MyEclipse

I’m using Eclipse for quite a long time. No doubt eclipse is one of the best IDEs available today. 

But I think J2EE development was never easy with eclipse. Recently I
downloaded MyEclipse Enterprise Workbench and all my problems were
solved. MyEclipse is a plugin to eclipse for developing and deploying
J2EE applications. It has some very good features which really ease the
J2EE development.

The main feature I found very useful is configuring the app servers in eclipse for deployment of the applications. It provides the connectors for most of the app servers as Tomcat, JBoss, Websphere, Weblogic. The other important features are CSS, XML, JSP, SQL editor, support for Struts, XDoclet, Hibernate, EJB. Also provides native JSP debugging as well as servlet debugging. Looking at these features one can easily say that MyEclipse is the tool for easy and rapid J2EE application development. Visit http://www.myeclipseide.com for more info and details.


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  • Guest

    if 30 Dollars per year is too expensive then you should consider to change your mind. I bought it for an assignment in university and I didn’t regret it, because it is really worth the money and it speeds up the development and the learning curve a lot. It helps understanding the different aspects of J2EE devolpement a lot. in my case I use Jboss, struts + tiles and hibernate.
    Ciao

  • Guest

    I paid for myEclipse. I like myEclipse and it’s paid only under 30$ per year. Well not free, however.

  • Guest

    The latest release of the MyEclipse Enterprise Workbench, version 3.8.3 GA for Eclipse 3.0/3.0.1, is now available for immediate download at the MyEclipse website ([url=http://www.myeclipseide.com]www.myeclipseide.com[/url]). This release builds on existing RAD and visual development features by adding a new ERD viewer as the first step toward full visual database development. 3.8.3 also includes the following features and enhancements:

    [list]New Oracle database browser for events, triggers and store procedures
    [url=http://www.myeclipseide.com/ContentExpress-display-ceid-59.html]JSTL[/url] 1.1 support
    [url=http://www.myeclipseide.com/ContentExpress-display-ceid-55.html]Struts[/url] 1.2 support

    Full featured rich-client application and [url=http://www.myeclipseide.com/ContentExpress-display-ceid-68.html]connector for Bugzilla[/url]
    Remote deployment with full debugging
    Highly customizable deployment support for EAR, EJB, Web, and library projects
    Struts Designer enhancments
    New EJB Wizards
    Full XDoclet 1.2.2 Support and XDoclet Configuration UI
    [/list]
    Please review our [url=http://www.myeclipseide.com/ContentExpress-display-ceid-68.html]New and Noteworthy[/url] section and the [url=http://www.myeclipseide.com/ContentExpress-display-ceid-46.html]Release Notes[/url] for additional details on enhancements and bug fixes included in this release.

  • Guest

    Most clients will not pay for this and it’s not free.

  • Guest

    Hey..it is good but u forgot to say that it is not free. I doubt how many actually buy MyEclipse once the trial period expires.