New MyEclipse IDE for Spring claims to revolutionize Spring Java & Web Development with advanced accelerators for Spring development, including scaffolding, project bootstrapping and enhanced development editors.
Spring MVC Scaffolding functionality & Spring Web Flow Editor are two of the key features of the new IDE. Scaffolding allows developers to generate ready-to-run Spring applications from existing artifacts such as database schemas, Java Beans, and JPA entities.With the Spring Web Flow Editor developers can add Spring Web Flow support to a project and then visually configure the flow of an application.
Other capabilities include Spring project bootstrapping, for quickly creating Spring configuration files and adding dependencies, and additional Spring development editors, for simplified configuration of things like Services, Controllers and Web Services.
“Our goal was to give millions of valued users a full-featured, intuitive Spring development solution,” said Todd Williams, vice president of technology for Genuitec. “With the production release of MyEclipse for Spring, we feel that we have achieved that goal. Developers who are using Spring-based tools to create Web applications now have access to some of the industry’s most advanced development accelerators.”
“Our value proposition is simple: increased speed in Spring application delivery. What used to take a developer hours, days or even weeks to do, can now be accomplished in a matter of minutes with MyEclipse for Spring,“ said Jack Kennedy, vice president of product delivery for Skyway Software. “New Spring developers are able to quickly and easily build advanced applications, while experienced Spring users will find MyEclipse for Spring highly flexible and easy to use.”
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