Tuesday, June 22, 2004

Eclipse 3.0 Delivers Universal Platform for Application Construction

Eclipse 3.0 Delivers Universal Platform for Application Construction
Today the Eclipse Foundation announced general availability of the royalty-free 3.0 release of the Eclipse Platform, adding enhancements that improve flexibility, scalability, interoperability and responsiveness. Eclipse is an award-winning universal platform for tools integration, software modeling and testing that has been broadly adopted by commercial vendors, academic institutions and open technology developers. With release 3.0, Eclipse now extends its sophisticated object-oriented development technologies to support a rich-client platform (RCP) that enables construction of desktop applications.

'Eclipse 3.0 brings new features which will delight plug-in and application developers that rely on this advanced platform,' said Mike Milinkovich, executive director of the Eclipse Foundation. 'Thanks to community support only possible in an open environment, Eclipse 3.0 quality benefits from the skill and continuous evaluation of a large number of industry professionals worldwide.'

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