Macromedia today announced plans to join the Eclipse Foundation: the company
will deliver a next-generation rich Internet application (RIA) development
tool based on Eclipse, codenamed "Zorn."
Zorn will provide professional developers with a robust tool set for
developing rich Internet applications using the Macromedia Flex framework,
The Flex server combines the standards-based Flex development framework with
a powerful set of runtime services to deliver enterprise-class rich Internet
applications. Currently there are more than 300 enterprise customers for
Flex, including SAP AG, NEC, and HBOS plc.
Once released, Zorn will enable development teams to easily build and deploy
applications that deliver what Macromedia calls "more effective, memorable,
and usable experiences" by leveraging the newly-named Macromedia Flash
"We're excited to b... (more)
CoWare, which specializes in platform-driven electronic system-level (ESL)
design software and services, has announced its new Virtual Platform product
CoWare Virtual Platform product family delivers new tools and technologies
that support the creation, distribution, and use of virtual hardware
platforms for device software development and validation. Virtual hardware
platforms are models of the device hardware and the environment they evolve
in, and are suitable for the development and validation of an entire device
software stack up to the application level, the company... (more)
Genuitec announced the availability of the initial milestone release of
MyEclipse Enterprise Workbench 6.5.
Among noted enhancements is the upgrade of MyEclipse Spring tools, which
provides the most up-to-date technology as well as the integration of the
latest Spring framework 2.5 libraries.
Also in the milestone release, JSF developers can expect to see an
improvement to the JSF/Facelet visual page designer with all new support for
coding and WYSIWYG preview of custom components. Finally, by customer demand,
MyEclipse 6.5 includes Java portlet support. The new portlet creation ... (more)
Furthering its dedication to providing Java developers productivity with
choice, Oracle announced the Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse, a new
component of Oracle Fusion Middleware. This release marks the first free
Eclipse 3.4 environment to support Oracle WebLogic Server 10g Release 3.
Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse is the latest in a series of products that
combine technology from Oracle Fusion Middleware and BEA Systems. These
products illustrate the rapid progress that Oracle is making in combining
market-leading technologies from the two companies into a unified product... (more)
The Eclipse foundation has unveiled the proposal for a new SOA Tooling
Project, which will provide an extensible set of graphical tools for
assembling and administering SOA-based infrastructure. Iona Technologies is
providing the seed code for the project, submitting the Eclipse-based tooling
for its Artix enterprise service bus product as the baseline.
The proposal for the SOA Tools Platform (STP) project is to provide an
integrated developer tooling platform for the SOA-based infrastructure.
Following the model of Eclipse projects, the platform will be the foundation
of an ext... (more)